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What is the average cost to build a typical coal power plant?

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What is the energy efficiency of a typical nuclear power plant?

The energy efficiency of a typical nuclear power plant varies, depending on its design, but a typical value might be around 33%.


What is the average cost to run a typical nuclear power plant?

It'l be in the range of £100-£200 million a month


When will a nuclear power plant run out?

The typical usable life of a nuclear power plant is approximately 40 - 50 years to be economical to build and run. That does not mean that the fuel runs out but other things may become unusable.


Is it legal to build a nuclear power plant in the US?

It is legal to build a nuclear power plant in the U. S., provided the licenses and permits are granted.


Why the nuclear power plant build?

Because the power plant is the source of electricity


Where is the best place in the US to build a nuclear power plant?

no where


How many homes can the typical nuclear power plant power?

A typical nuclear power plant with a capacity of 1100 MWe, such as the McGuire 1 plant in North Carolina, generates around 10 billion kWh of electricity each year. (1) A typical US household consumes around 11,200 kWh each year, according to the EIA (2) So, based on these figures, a nuclear power plant supplies enough electricity to supply 893,000 homes.


Resources used to build a nuclear power plant?

Graphite, Concrete and Lead.


How do you make a working model of nuclear power plant?

You would not be able to obtain the fissile material necessary to build a working model of a nuclear power plant. You could build a model, for sure, but it would not be a working model.


How tall is the average nuclear power plant?

it is 59 foot


Where is the nearest nuclear power plant to Finland?

In Finland. There are several nuclear power plants in Finland and more are likely to be build.


What scientists would be needed to build a nuclear power plant?

None. Building a nuclear power station is a job for engineers.


How much energy can a nuclear power plant can produce in an hour?

It depends upon the rating of the plant. A typical plant will produce around 1100 megawatts per hour.


How much does nuclear power on average cost?

if you are asking about generally around the world i dont know but to build one single power plant it is approx. $10 billion dollars.


Why can't you build a nuclear power plant in the middle of the desert?

maybe cuz the desert is dry


Who was the inventor of first nuclear plant?

Leo Szilard invented the nuclear reactor in 1933, but did not build it.Enrico Fermi built first nuclear reactor, CP-1 in 1942.Walter Zinn built the first nuclear power plant, EBR-1 in 1951.


How would you feel if your town wanted to build a nuclear power plant very close to your home?

I would want them to build it somewhere else, but the same would apply to any type of power plant or industrial plant


What is the average cost to build a hydro power plant?

The average cost of building a hydro power plant on the Columbia river is 559,220,000.


How many other coal plants would it take to replace nuclear plants?

Depends on the amount of electrical energy they (need to) generate. How much does the average nuclear plant generate ? How much does the average coal plant generate ?


Is the Jervis Nuclear Power Plant still running?

Do you mean Jervis Bay in Australia? There was a proposal to build a plant there about 30 years ago but it never was even started. Australia has no nuclear power plants.


Why build nuclear power plants beside big bodies of water?

For the cooling system of the power plant


How much space does a nuclear powerplant take up?

A typical area for a nuclear plant, including the turbine hall, switchyard, and other auxiliaries, would be about 400 meters square


What is the average age of worker in a nuclear power plant?

Around 40 years old


What is the average life span of a nuclear power plant?

The average intial design lifespan is aournd 30-40 years.