Nuclear power in Switzerland
Switzerland Nuclear power plants (view) Active plants Closed plantsNuclear power in Switzerland is generated by four nuclear power plants, with a total of five operational reactors (see list...
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Lucens reactor
Switzerland Nuclear power plants (view) Active plants Closed plantsThe Lucens reactor at Lucens, Vaud, Switzerland, was a small pilot nuclear reactor destroyed by an accident in 1969.In 1962...
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Anti-nuclear movement in Switzerland
In 2008, nuclear energy provided Switzerland with 40 per cent of its electricity, but a survey of Swiss people found that only seven per cent of respondents were totally in favor of energy production ...
Anti-nuclear movement in Switzerland - Wikipedia
Geology of the Alps
The Alps form part of a Cenozoic orogenic belt of mountain chains, called the Alpide belt, that stretches through southern Europe and Asia from the Atlantic all the way to the Himalayas. This belt of ...
Geology of the Alps - Wikipedia
Friedrich Tinner
Friedrich Tinner, also known as Fred Tinner; (born 1937), is a Swiss nuclear engineer and a long-associated friend of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan— Pakistan's former top scientist— and connected with the Kha...
Friedrich Tinner - Wikipedia