NucNet has today completed the redesign and launch of its new website offering exclusive nuclear industry news to members. The launch follows more than six months of development and testing and includes the new NucNet + service.
If you are an existing NucNet member you will need to reset your password to access NucNet +.
When you do this you will receive reset instructions by email. Remember to check your spam folder for an email from email@example.com.
If you have any questions about resetting your password, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Users of Microsoft Internet Explorer should note that Microsoft has ended support for this browser. To view and use the new NucNet website you should download Microsoft Edge.
NucNet offers free general online news, but members and subscribers to NucNet + are entitled to additional services. These include exclusive industry news and analysis; daily, weekly and monthly newsletters focusing on topics like new-build and nuclear politics; a new weekly uranium update; and the use of NucNet editorial for your own corporate material including websites and printed publications.
NucNet + members also get free access to the NucNet editorial database, which contains more than 18,000 news articles and features from January 1991.
NucNet is a Brussels-based independent news agency and information network for the global nuclear industry. It is registered in Belgium as a non-governmental non-profit association.
NucNet was created in 1990 with the support of the European Nuclear Society as a response to the growing need for accurate information about nuclear energy and ionising radiation.
The aim was the same then as it is today: to focus on the facts behind the stories and to only publish information that has been verified by our editorial team.
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