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28.03.2019_No62 / News in Brief

WANO Urges Governments To Ensure Export Controls Do Not Compromise Nuclear Safety

28 Mar (NucNet): The World Association of Nuclear Operators is encouraging governments to ensure that national export control laws do not adversely affect the organisation’s ability to maximise the safe operation of commercial nuclear power plants.

27.03.2019_No61 / News in Brief

NEI’s Korsnick Calls For Support As Industry Fights To Compete With China And Russia

Nuclear Energy Institute president and chief executive officer Maria Korsnick. Photo courtesy NEI.

27 Mar (NucNet): The US International Development Finance Corporation must be allowed to support nuclear energy projects as the country fights to catch up and stay competitive in the sector, Nuclear Energy Institute president and chief executive officer Maria Korsnick said in her state of the industry address yesterday.

26.03.2019_No60 / News in Brief

Nuclear Generation Reached Pre-Fukushima Levels In 2018, Says IEA Report

26 Mar (NucNet): Global generation from nuclear energy reached pre-Fukushima levels in 2018, mainly as a result of new additions in China and the restart of four reactors in Japan, the International Energy Agency has said.

25.03.2019_No59 / News in Brief

DOE Finalises $3.7 Billion In Loan Guarantees For Vogtle-3 And -4

Construction a Vogtle-3 and -4. Photo courtesy Georgia Power.

25 Mar (NucNet): US energy secretary Rick Perry has finalised up to $3.7bn in additional loan guarantees to finance the continued construction of the Vogtle-3 and -4 nuclear power units in Georgia.

22.03.2019_No58 / News in Brief

Why Europe Should Put More Focus On Nuclear R&D And Fast Breeder Reactors

22 Mar (NucNet): Research and development in the nuclear sector in Europe should focus on fast breeder reactors that will be capable of supplying energy needs for thousands of years with existing uranium or thorium resources, Leon Cizelj, president of the European Nuclear Education Network, told NucNet.

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02.07.2018 / Announcement

Infographic: US Faces Up To Realities Of A Struggling Nuclear Energy Industry

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02.07.2018 / Announcement

Infographic: Nuclear Energy In Russia

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04.12.2017 / Announcement

Infographic: Radioactive Waste In Numbers

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07.08.2017 / Announcement

Infographic: Can India Maintain Its Ambitious Push For New Nuclear?

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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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