17.07.2017_No140 / News in Brief

Tepco To Carry Out Robotic Survey Of Fukushima-Daiichi-3

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17.07.2017_No140 / News in Brief

Belarus Working On Radwaste Repository Concept, State Media Says

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14.07.2017_No139 / News in Brief

EC Paper Highlights Complexities Of Euratom Withdrawal, Says UK Industry Group

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14.07.2017_No139 / News in Brief

Ukrainian Regulator Approves Use Of Westinghouse Fuel At Zaporozhye-1 And -4

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14.07.2017_No139 / News in Brief

House Committee Spending Bill Includes Funding for Yucca Mountain

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14.07.2017_No139 / News in Brief

IAEA Urges Italy To Assign ‘High Priority’ To National Radwaste Repository Project

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14.07.2017_No139 / News in Brief

China Plans To Turn Shanghai Into Nuclear Energy Hub, Says Official Media

14 Jul (NucNet): China is planning to transform Shanghai into a nuclear energy innovation hub in the next five years with the country’s eight state-owned nuclear energy producers and scientific academies joining forces for the research and development of Generation IV nuclear reactors, small modular reactors and marine nuclear power platforms, according to the official People’s Daily.

13.07.2017_No138 / News in Brief

Russia Says 2016 Was Record Year For Nuclear Generation

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13.07.2017_No138 / News in Brief

Position Paper Confirms UK Will Quit Euratom Nuclear Treaty

13 Jul (NucNet): The UK’s Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEU) has published a position paper on the UK’s stance on the European atomic energy community (Euratom), saying the UK would quit the treaty but seek to work with Euratom’s member countries to ensure a “smooth transition” to a new regime of nuclear cooperation and safeguards.

13.07.2017_No138 / News in Brief

President Says ‘Foreign Partners’ Can Check Safety Of Belarusian Nuclear Station

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13.07.2017_No138 / News in Brief

Areva To Load Accident-Tolerant Fuel Assemblies Into Vogtle-2

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13.07.2017_No138 / News in Brief

Poll Indicates UK Public Are Wary Of Foreign Control Of New Nuclear

12.07.2017_No137 / News in Brief

UK Reports On Euratom ‘Very Concerning’, Says Nuclear Industry Body

12.07.2017_No137 / News in Brief

Areva Signs Contract For Vermont Yankee Dismantling

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12.07.2017_No137 / News in Brief

IAEA Says Nigeria’s Nuclear Regulator Faces Challenges Related To Independence

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12.07.2017_No137 / News in Brief

French Regulator Highlights ‘Worrying’ Context Of Latest Safety Report

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11.07.2017_No136 / News in Brief

Australia’s Toro Gets Environmental Approval For Wiluna Uranium Project

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11.07.2017_No136 / News in Brief

IEA Report Warns On Slowdown Of Nuclear Investment Decisions

11 Jul (NucNet): The sanctioning of new low-carbon generation has stalled because expected generation from wind and solar capacity has been almost entirely offset by the slowdown in nuclear and hydropower investment decisions, which declined by more than 50% over the last five years, a report by the International Energy Agency says.

11.07.2017_No136 / News in Brief

EDF Confirms Binding Agreements For Sale Of Stakes In New NP Reactor Business

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11.07.2017_No136 / News in Brief

France Could Shut Up To 17 Reactors In Bid To Meet 50% Nuclear Share, Says Hulot

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