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03.04.2019_No66 / News in Brief

Argentina Still Negotiating Terms For Two New Reactors With China, Says Official

Units 1 and 2 at the existing Atucha nuclear station in Argentina.

3 Apr (NucNet): Argentina is still negotiating the terms of a Beijing-funded project to build the Atucha-3 nuclear power plant in Buenos Aires province, a government official said on Tuesday, adding that China’s indigenous Generation III Hualong One reactor design would be a good choice for the scheme.

02.04.2019_No65 / News in Brief

Foratom Urges Europe To Invest In All Low-Carbon Technologies, Including Nuclear

2 Apr (NucNet): Adequate financing and investment is needed in all low-carbon technologies if Europe is to achieve full-decarbonisation of its economy and meet its goal of keeping global warming below 1.5C, the Brussels-based nuclear industry group Foratom has said.

02.04.2019_No65 / News in Brief

Sellafield Ltd Fined £380,000 Over Plutonium Exposure Incident

2 Apr (NucNet): Sellafield Ltd has been fined £380,000 for safety breaches relating to equipment used for the processing of plutonium.

01.04.2019_No64 / News in Brief

China Can Build Up To Eight New Reactors A Year, Says CNNC Chairman

1 Apr (NucNet): China will be able to build six to eight nuclear reactors a year if project approval processes return to normal as expected in the near future, the chairman of the state-owned China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC) said today, according to media reports.

29.03.2019_No63 / News in Brief

Bipartisan Bill Seeks To Reestablish US Leadership In Nuclear Energy

Construction at the Vogtle nuclear power station in the US state of Georgia. Photo courtesy Georgia Power.

29 Mar (NucNet): A wide-ranging bill introduced by a group of bipartisan US senators seeks to reestablish US leadership in nuclear energy, bringing together private and public sector innovators to develop next-generation advanced reactor concepts.

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29.03.2017 / Announcement

Infographic: South Korea’s Kepco In Talks To Join UK’s ‘Race’ For New Nuclear

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