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Could Phase-Outs Harm Asia’s Nuclear Energy Growth?
The region is expected to bring 30GW in electricity per year with 32 reactors under construction.
Sweden’s Government Approves Construction of Spent Nuclear Fuel Repository
Sweden’s government in late January gave radioactive waste management company SKB the green light to proceed with a deep geological repository (DGR) for spent
Brazil Looks at Nuclear Power as Demand for Electricity Grows
A government agency that supports research into Brazil’s energy sector has forecast a significant jump in demand for electricity within the country over the ne
Chinese SMR Containment Takes Shape
The lower section of the steel containment shell has been installed for the ACP100 small modular reactor (SMR) demonstration project at the Changjiang nuclear p
Nuclear Operator Energoatom Holds Crisis Meeting, Says Plants ‘Operating Normally’
Ukraine’s State nuclear operator Energoatom has held a meeting of its crisis centre following Russian military action on Friday and said a number of cyberattac
Wisconsin Co-Op to Explore Adding Small Modular Nuclear Reactor to Generation Mix
NuScale Power and Dairyland Power Cooperative signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to evaluate the potential deployment of NuScale’s small modular reacto
France Counting on Nuclear Power to Help Replace Natural Gas, Other Fossil Fuels
France plans to build at least six nuclear reactors, and possibly another eight, under the latest national low carbon strategy unveiled by President Emmanuel Ma
US and Russian Physicians Warn War in Ukraine Risks Global Nuclear 'Catastrophe'
A renowned organization comprised of U.S. and Russian physicians warned late Tuesday that a military conflict involving the two powers in Ukraine risks a nuclea
Nuclear Power in Space Is Focus of IAEA and UN Events
Future space missions could have new options opened up by nuclear technology, experts attending an International Atomic Energy Agency event have said.
Nuclear Reactor Crucial to World’s Medical Isotope Supply to Stay Closed for Weeks
The nuclear reactor in Petten, which has been shut down for four weeks due to a leak, will not be restarted until March 17 at the earliest.
UK Seeks Views on HTGR Advanced Reactor Demonstration Plan
Feedback is being sought on the proposed plan ahead of a formal Invitation to Tender for the Advanced Modular Reactor Research, Development & Demonstration prog
US DOE Launches Nuclear, Hydrogen Infrastructure Programmes
DOE has set in motion its programme to invest USD9.5 billion in clean hydrogen technologies which may include the use of nuclear power.
The Future of Nuclear Power
We profile five upcoming nuclear projects from around the world, as nations increasingly turn to the technology to meet decarbonisation targets.
DOE Launches Credit Program to Help Preserve Nation’s Nuclear Fleet
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is seeking input on a newly established $6 billion program aimed at supporting the continued operation of U.S. nuclear react
Nuclear Power’s Future Is Looking Brighter
Between 2009 and 2019, global consumption of renewable energy grew at an annual average of 13.4%. Over that time, renewable energy consumption grew from 8.2 exa
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