ScottMadden, Inc., one of North America’s leading energy consulting firms, has released the first report in its Nuclear Plant Recovery insight series. This six-part series will include articles, case studies, and white papers focused on leading practices in nuclear plant recovery.
How can savvy nuclear operators “see it coming,” anticipate potential problems, and prevent performance decline from the start? What are the markers—the leading indicators that precede performance decline?
Based on our experience and expertise as leading nuclear management consultants, we believe there are five markers of potential nuclear performance decline that should be on every plant’s radar. The first article, “Markers of Plant Performance Decline,” offers a deep dive into each of the five markers.
“Our experience with a number of operators and regulatory and oversight bodies has given us substantial insight—some of which we’ve shared here,” said Jordan Gillis, director at ScottMadden.
Please contact us to receive advance copies of each report before they are released or to learn more about the topics to come.
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