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26.11.2018_No234 / News in Brief

Establishment Of Single, Independent Regulator Has ‘Significantly Strengthened’ Nuclear Regime In Netherlands

26 Nov (NucNet): The Netherlands has significantly strengthened its regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety since 2014, particularly by establishing a single independent regulatory body, an International Atomic Energy Agency team of experts has said.

26.11.2018_No234 / News in Brief

Taiwan Votes To Reject Government Phaseout Of Nuclear Power

26 Nov (NucNet): Taiwanese voters on Saturday decisively rejected the government’s phaseout of nuclear power, 59% to 41%.

23.11.2018_No233 / News in Brief

China’s CNNC Has ‘Multiple’ Sites Ready For Reactor Construction

23 Nov (NucNet): State-owned China National Nuclear Corporation is capable of building more than 10 new nuclear power units a year and “multiple” new sites are fully prepared for construction,” company president Yu Jianfeng said at a press conference.

22.11.2018_No232 / News in Brief

Study: Europe Needs 25% Nuclear In 2050, But New-Build Costs Must Be Reduced

The Dukovany nuclear power station in the Czech Republic. Photo courtesy IAEA.

22 Nov (NucNet): If Europe is serious about decarbonising its economy by 2050 then one quarter of the electricity produced in the EU will need to come from nuclear, although the cost of new nuclear will need to fall significantly if it is to be viable, a study commissioned by Brussels-based industry group Foratom concludes.

22.11.2018_No232 / News in Brief

Nuclear Needed To Help Stabilise Rising Electricity Prices, Says Conference

22 Nov (NucNet): An energy mix that includes nuclear power helps to stabilise electricity prices because its fuel source, uranium, is abundantly available and its price has little impact on production costs, the World Nuclear Spotlight Poland conference concluded.

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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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