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|Title:||Top Down Workforce Demand from Energy Scenarios: Influence of Long Term Operation|
|Authors:||ROELOFS Ferry; VON ESTORFF Ulrik|
|Citation:||ATW-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR NUCLEAR POWER vol. 60 no. 4 p. 218-223|
|Publisher:||INFORUM VERLAGS-VERWALTUNGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||The data evaluated by EHRO-N is based on an analysis of responses of surveys that are sent to higher education institutions in EU-28 and the enlargement and integration countries that offer nuclear- related degrees, and to nuclear stakeholders, who are active on the EU-28 and the enlargement and integration countries nuclear energy labor market. In addition to the bottom-up approach taken by the EHRO-N team, an alternative top-down modeling approach was undertaken by Roelofs and Von Estorff . The objective of the current analysis is to extend the previous study with an extrapolation of the workforce in the case that most European reactors will extend their lifetime. It was concluded from the previous study [Roelofs and Von Estorff, 2013] that the two energy demand scenarios which were considered did not reveal significantly different results. Therefore, the current analysis only takes into account the ’20 % nuclear electricity’ (officially called ‘Delayed CCS’) scenario from the EC Energy Roadmap 2050.|
|JRC Directorate:||Energy, Transport and Climate|
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