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sorry I hit post a bit too early.

So indeed consumption isn't stagnating, but increasing slightly.
This is the second time you mention that elites have knowingly built overcapacity because they were afraid they wouldn't get the chance to build new capacity in the future. I don't know of any other country that knowingly overbuilds nuclear capacity, besides France, but does so for quite unclear reasons. Maybe somebody else knows.

I think I saw somewhere that between 1970 and 1980 the average growth in electricity in Sweden was around 7%. Is it possible they just extrapolated?


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by UnEstranAvecVueSurMer (holopherne ahem gmail) on Fri Sep 8th, 2006 at 08:41:55 AM EST
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