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EU Investigates Czech Support for New Nuclear Power Plant
The nuclear plant in Dukovany will have a capacity of up to 1,200MW and is scheduled to start operating in 2036
Nuclear Power on the Upswing, Numerous Projects Take Shape Around the World
The International Energy Agency (IEA) says momentum is building for nuclear power in many countries amid soaring fuel prices and growing energy security concern
Construction Permit Issued for the El-Dabaa NPP Unit 1
On June 29, 2022, the Egyptian Nuclear and Radiological Regulatory Authority (ENRRA) issued a permit for the construction of the El-Dabaa NPP Unit 1.
South Korea Eyes Becoming a Nuclear Energy Powerhouse
This is provided under the new Energy Policy Directions.
If You Believed They Put a Nuclear Power Station on the Moon
NASA aims to launch a nuclear power station on the moon by 2030
South Korea Gov’t Plans to Support Nuclear Energy Sector Growth
It includes the reconstruction of New Hanwil nuclear plant units 3 and 4.
EDF Reportedly Ready to Pull Out of Sizewell C Nuclear Project
Unions have warned that the UK’s nuclear future will be at risk if the government investment decision for the project is delayed
How Has Nuclear Energy Changed Over the Years?
Nuclear energy is one of the most challenging energy sources. For some, the dangers of nuclear power outweigh the benefits. For others, nuclear power appears to
South Korea’s Multi-Pronged Approach to Boost Nuclear Energy
South Korea’s new president is doing a 180 on nuclear energy in the company.
Sellafield Waste Removal Follows ‘Decades of Preparation'
The first batch of nuclear waste has been safely removed from one of the most hazardous buildings on the Sellafield site, the Magnox Swarf Storage Silo.
Advancing the Nuclear Power Plant: Current Developments
Nuclear Power as a Source Of EnergyNew nuclear technology has the potential to change the outlook of nuclear power. It attempts to address and fix the previous
Finnish Nuclear Plant Under Construction Since 2005 Faces Yet Another Delay
Commercial operation of Olkiluoto 3, a nuclear power plant (NPP) unit that has been under construction in Finland for nearly 17 years, will be delayed for anoth
Nuclear Is Needed for Net Zero, Says Finnish Minister
He has stated that without nuclear, Europe cannot be carbon-neutral.
UK Government Buys Stake in Sizewell C Nuclear Power Station
The UK government has said it will take a 20% stake in the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power project in Suffolk.
Nuclear Enabled Hydrogen – How It Helps to Reach Net Zero
Nuclear enabled hydrogen is zero carbon, has low cost energy input, is large scale and offers co-location synergy and energy system connectivity.
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Nuclear Power Production Curtailed in France, Worsening Europe’s Energy Crisis
Europe’s Largest Nuclear Power Station Is “Out of Control”, Says Un Nuclear Chief
U.S. Regulator Approves Georgia Vogtle 3 Nuclear Plant Operation
Australia’s Global Role in Helping Safeguard Nuclear Technologies
France Looks to Keep Nuclear Power Plants Running Despite Heatwave
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