Charts & Graphs
Charts and graphs present complex information, especially long columns of numbers, in ways that are easy to comprehend. NEI provides many such charts and graphs, some of them free standing and others in PowerPoint presentations.
Samples are provided below and many more can be searched for in the archive and found throughout the NEI website.
Quantitative data on emissions of carbon dioxide and other pollutants avoided by the use of nuclear energy.
This table presents yearly data on emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and carbon dioxide avoided by the U.S. nuclear industry from 1995 to 2012.
This table shows state-by-state data on emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and carbon dioxide avoided by the U.S. nuclear industry in 2012.
Historical, state-by-state, and international data on electricity generation from the nuclear industry and other generation types.
This table shows state-by-state electricity generation fuel shares by generation type for 2012.
This bar chart shows the ten countries with the greatest nuclear generation in 2012.
Nuclear power plant license expirations and renewals.
This table contains the latest information on U.S. nuclear license renewal filings by plant.
This table provides licensing dates (operating, commercial operation, and expiration) and capacity figures for U.S. reactors.
Data on the operating costs of the U.S. nuclear, coal, gas and oil electric industries, including information on fuel, operations and maintenance, and other costs.
This bar chart shows the percentage of electric industry production costs attributable to fuel for nuclear, coal, gas and oil in 2012.
This line graph shows average U.S. electricity production costs between 1995 and 2012 for nuclear, coal, gas, and oil.