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Ukraine State Nuclear Firm Says All Russian Forces Have Left Chernobyl Plant
The Ukrainian state nuclear company said on Thursday that all of the Russian forces occupying the Chernobyl nuclear power station had withdrawn from the territo
UN Nuclear Watchdog Chief in Ukraine to Talk Safety Support
The U.N. nuclear watchdog’s director-general arrived in Ukraine March 29 for talks with senior government officials on delivering “urgent technical assistance
Ukraine Scrubbing Nuclear Agencies of Russian Influence
Ukraine’s nuclear sector is taking steps to remove Russian influence from its operations.
Kenya Selects Two Sites for Nuclear Power Production
The government in Kenya has picked Kilifi and Kwale as the two sites best suited for their nuclear energy production ambitions.
Elon Musk Says Closing Nuclear Plants Now Is 'Total Madness,' Calls Biden's Leadership 'Ancient' in a Talk About the Future
Tesla's Elon Musk confirmed his belief that Germany should not only stop closing its operational nuclear power plants, but should also reopen the ones it alread
Where Will the First Small Modular Nuclear Reactors Be?
The next wave of nuclear construction is supposedly dawning, but with whom, and where?
Chernobyl Laboratory Which Processed Radioactive Waste Destroyed by Russian Troops
Chernobyl, the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster in 1986, is under the control of Russian soldiers who are said to have destroyed a £6million lab used
Boris Johnson ‘Plans for UK to Get 25% of Energy From Nuclear’
Prime Minister Boris Johnson reportedly told nuclear industry bosses he plans for the UK to get 25% of its electricity needs from nuclear power.
The Most Crucial Assembly Operation Of The Year Started At AKKUYU NPP Unit 1
Welding of the main circulation pipeline (MCP), a key assembly operation scheduled for 2022, has started in the reactor building of Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant U
Belgium Delays Nuclear Energy Exit 10 Years Due to Ukraine War
Belgium on Friday delayed by a decade a plan to scrap nuclear energy in 2025, spooked by the huge rise in energy prices due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Belgium's Plans to Scrap Nuclear Energy Delayed by 10 Years Because of Russia-Ukraine War
Belgium on Friday delayed by a decade a plan to scrap nuclear energy in 2025, worried by the rise in energy prices caused by the Russian intervention in Ukraine
Court Orders South Africa Government to Clean up Air in Coal Belt
A South African court on Friday upheld a complaint by activists that poor air quality in the coal belt is a breach of constitutional rights, giving the environm
IAEA Continues Efforts for a Safety Framework for Ukraine
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) director general says consultations about an agreement for the safety and security of Ukraine's nuclear facilities
Can Nuclear Generation Reduce European Reliance on Russian Gas?
Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, the International Energy Agency and the European Commission have come up with plans to rapidly reduce the European Union
‘No Issues Of Safety Concern’ At Nuclear Plants Following Fukushima Earthquake
A powerful earthquake off the eastern coast of Japan which killed four people did not cause any issues of safety concern at the three nuclear power station in t
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