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28.06.2016_No126 / News in Brief

Iter Signs €174M Assembly And Installation Contract With UK-Led Momentum JV

27.06.2016_No125 / News in Brief

Do Not Follow Germany Down Phaseout Path, Warns Forum President

German Atomic Forum president Ralf Güldner.

27 Jun (NucNet): If combatting climate change is to be a priority the world will need nuclear as part of its energy mix and must not follow Germany down a phase-out path that is “irrational” and did not take account of the evidence that showed the country’s nuclear stations were safe, the president of the German Atomic Forum (DAtF) told NucNet. 

24.06.2016_No124 / News in Brief

Rosatom’s Overseas Portfolio Could Soon Exceed 90 Reactors, Conference Hears

24 Jun (NucNet): Russia’s state-owned nuclear corporation Rosatom has 34 nuclear reactors in various stages of development overseas, Vadim Titov, head of the company’s Central Europe branch, said during the Bulgarian Atomic Forum’s annual conference. 

23.06.2016_No123 / News in Brief

Bulgaria Is Planning 30-Year Kozloduy Lifetime Extensions, Says CEO

Kozloduy NPP

23 Jun (NucNet): Bulgaria is planning to extend the lifetime of its Kozloduy-5 and -6 nuclear units by at least 30 years, Dimitar Angelov, chief executive of the Kozloduy power station, told a conference organised by the Bulgarian Atomic Forum. 

22.06.2016_No122 / News in Brief

Posiva To Work With Fennovoima On Hanhikivi-1 Final Disposal

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28.06.2016 / Announcement

Interview: 'Do Not Follow Germany Down Phaseout Path'

If combatting climate change is to be a priority the world will need nuclear as part of its energy mix and must not follow Germany down a phaseout path that is “irrational” and did not take account of the evidence that showed the country’s nuclear stations were safe, the president of the German Atomic Forum (DAtF) told NucNet. The full interview is online for NucNet Subscribers: http://bit.ly/28XVgoq

20.05.2016 / Announcement

Special Report: Finland’s Hanhikivi-1

Minna Forsstrom, Fennovoima’s project director for the Hanhikivi-1 nuclear project in Finland, speaks to NucNet about progress at the site, cooperation with Russia, and the possibility of a second unit. Full story for subscribers: http://bit.ly/1U19HcU

20.04.2016 / Announcement

Tepco On Fukushima

There were three main inefficiencies – poor safety consciousness, insufficient technical capabilities and poor communication – that contributed to the accident at Fukushima-Daiichi, Takafumi Ihara, nuclear power programme manager at Tepco’s London office, tells NucNet. Full story for subscribers: http://bit.ly/1SsudTm

06.03.2016 / Announcement

Online Now: World Nuclear Map

NucNet’s users can now access the Nuclearplanet world nuclear map direct from the NucNet home page (or from the 'Using This Site' page).
> Click here to open the Nuclearplanet world nuclear map in a new window.

21.01.2016 / Announcement

Country Report: Progressive Finland Remains On Track With Nuclear Projects

NucNet has published a special report examining Finland’s plans to build its sixth nuclear power generation unit at Hanhikivi and looking at progress with nuclear waste management company Posiva’s construction of a final disposal facility for spent nuclear fuel. The report, which outlines the country’s significant progress, is online for subscribers: http://bit.ly/20giri4