nuclear power plants are the lowest of any major reliable electricity source, dropping below coal-fired power plants, according to the latest available full-year figures from the Utility Data Institute.
What does UDI stand for?
UDI stands for Utility Data Institute
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- Unità di Documentazione e Informazione per la Ricerca Agraria
- United Dairymen of Idaho
- United Defense Industries, Inc. (stock symbol)
- Universal Digital Interface (television)
- Unrestricted Digital Information
- Urban Development Initiatives (various locations)
- Urban Development Institute of Canada
- User-Defined Interface
- User-Driven Innovation (product creation)
- Usuário de Drogas Injetáveis (Portuguese)
- Unrestricted Digital Information 64 Kilobits (radio link)
- University District Improvement Association (now Marcy-Holmes Neighborhood Association; Minnesota)
- University District Interfaith Alliance (Seattle, WA)
- Urban Design Institute of Australia
- Urban Development Industry Association (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia)
- Urban Development Institute of Australia
- Utah Division of Indian Affairs (est. 1953)
- Und Das Ist Auch Gut So
- Ultima Dragons Internet Chapter (gaming club)
- Union Française des Distributeurs Grossistes et Importateurs en Chaussures (France)
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The model was run using data from the Utility Data Institute  for nuclear steam generating facilities placed into service during the period 1966-1992.
BUSINESS WIRE)--July 20, 2000 Electric power companies are planning 769 gigawatts (GW) of new capacity worldwide in the next 10 years, representing an investment of about $500 billion and the equivalent of 1,500 utility-scale (500-megawatt) stations, according to the latest information from Platts' Utility Data Institute (Platts/UDI).
nuclear industry in 1996 for total net electrical generation, according to the Utility Data Institute.
Surry was the most-efficient nuclear power station in the United States in 1996, and North Anna was the second most-efficient, the Utility Data Institute reported earlier this year.
A nuclear industry ratings group, the Utility Data Institute, ranked North Anna Power Station as the lowest-cost producer of electricity among the nation's 70 nuclear stations for the three years from 1992 through 1994.
The Utility Data Institute has recognized North Anna and Surry as two of the lowest cost nuclear generators in the United States for the past several years.
has been recognized as the lowest-cost producer of nuclear-generated electricity for 1990-92 and 1991-93 by the Utility Data Institute, the directory and database publishing unit of McGrawHill.