Sustainability Assessment of Nuclear Power: An Integrated Approach


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Energy Technologies Life Cycle Assessment (ETLCA)

Energy Technologies Life Cycle Assessment (ETLCA) – a tool for the estimation of life cycle environmental impacts of future UK electricity scenarios.

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ETLCA V2 SPRIng A Scenarios [1,832 KB]
This version comes preloaded with the electricity demand profile and carbon constraints of SPRIng scenario A. Scenario A represents a future in which there is limited action to prevent climate change (UK carbon targets are not met).
ETLCA V2 SPRIng B Scenarios [1,818 KB]
This version comes preloaded with the electricity demand profile and carbon constraints of SPRIng scenario B. Scenario B describes a future broadly in line with UK carbon targets (electricity is decarbonised by 2050).
ETLCA V2 SPRIng C Scenarios [1,822 KB]
This version comes preloaded with the electricity demand profile and carbon constraints of SPRIng scenario C. Like scenario B, scenario C is broadly in line with UK carbon targets (electricity is decarbonised by 2050), but electricity demand increases greatly (tripling by 2050).
ETLCA V2 SPRIng D Scenarios [1,826 KB]
This version comes preloaded with the electricity demand profile and carbon constraints of SPRIng scenario D. Scenario D is extremely low-carbon, with electricity decarbonised by 2025 in order to give a high probability of limiting global temperature rise to 2 °C.

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