Talk:Generation II reactor

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Is the first sentence meant to read 'evolutionary' as opposed to revolutionary?

There is no such thing as a en II or Gen I. Gen IV was dubbed by the DOE for developing new plant types in 2000 [1]. In 2003 the French CEA was referring to Gen II types in Nucleonics Week, "Etienne Pochon, CEA director of nuclear industry support, outlined EPR's improved performance and enhanced safety features compared to the advanced Generation II designs on which it was based." (Vol. 44, No. 39; Pg. 7) . But The first thing there was was Gen IV. The rest is a ex-post fabrication. -- Eiland (talk) 09:03, 30 July 2008 (UTC)

Generation I, II, and II were proposed as nomenclature when Generation IV was introduced. It is "ex-post"--Work permit (talk) 04:46, 29 June 2009 (UTC)