atw - International Journal for Nuclear Power | 04.2019

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atw Vol. 64 (2019) | Issue 4 ı April

ENERGY POLICY, ECONOMY AND LAW 200

| | Fig. 1.

Standardized adapted structural model.

stakeholder interests, accept ability of

NPPs and quality of coexistence.

Values between latent variables

can be explained by regression equations:

p p “Acceptability” = 0.641 x “Coexistence”

+ 0.361 x “ Respect”

p p “Coexistence” = 0.167 x “Respect”

p p “Respect” relatively poorly explains

“Coexistence”. By adapting

the model, we wanted to improve

the basic model. We removed

the variable 11 and added the

covariance errors between 1, 2, 3,

and 4. In the modified model, we

included two covariance (1-2 and

3-4). In the improved model,

“ Respect” better explains “Coexistence”

(p 0.90–0.95

SRMR 0.075 0.033 < 0.08

NNFI 0.866 0.994 > 0.90–0.95

| | Fig. 2.

Level of agreement with the statement, that “NPP influences the higher quality of life in the local community.”

| | Tab. 8.

Statistics of the basic and adapted structural model.

Note. χ 2 : HI = square statistics; df = degrees of freedom; RMSEA = Root

mean square error of approximation; CFI = Comparative fit index; SRMR =

Standardized root mean square residual; NNFI=Non-normed fit index.

Energy Policy, Economy and Law

Successful Co-Existance of Nuclear Power Plants with Their External Stakeholders ı Milan Simončič and Gordana Žurga

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