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February 06, 2016
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China drafts nuclear safety law
Beijing (XNA) Feb 05, 2016
China is to speed up drafting of the nuclear safety law and atomic energy law, a white paper on its nuclear emergency preparedness said on Wednesday. Since China started to build its first nuclear power plant in 1985, the country has made fast progress in legislation of nuclear emergency response, said the document issued by the State Council Information Office. China adopted a regulation on emergency management of nuclear accidents in 1993, the first in this area, and then the law on preven ... read more
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Sweden's Vattenfall results nuked by atomic energy tax
Swedish state-owned energy group Vattenfall on Wednesday reported a record loss for 2015, blaming a tax on nuclear energy and sliding electricity prices. ... more
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India Connects First Unit of Kudankulam NPP to National Electric Grid
The first unit of India's Russian-designed Kudankulam nuclear power plant (NPP) was connected to the country's electric grid after a recent relaunch, a source in India's nuclear sector said Saturday ... more
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Germany reassured "for now" over Belgian nuclear plants
Germany's environment minister Barbara Hendricks said Monday she was reassured for the moment over the safety of Belgian nuclear power plants that have also worried the Netherlands and Luxembourg. ... more
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Struggling Areva plans 5 bn euro capital increase
Areva said Wednesday it plans a five billion euro capital increase to stabilise its finances, as the struggling French nuclear giant seeks to finalise the takeover of its reactor arm by rival EDF. ... more


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Britain says 'good progress' being made on nuclear plant
The British government said Thursday that "good progress" was being made on a vast project to construct the nation's first nuclear power plant in decades. ... more

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Japan turns on third nuclear reactor since post-Fukushima ban
Japan on Friday restarted its third nuclear reactor since a country-wide shutdown in the wake of the Fukushima disaster, after a court ruled it was safe despite opposition from local residents. ... more
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Turkey to continue current joint energy projects with Russia
Turkey counts on further stable cooperation with Russia on their remaining joint energy projects, Turkey's Energy Minister Berat Albayrak said Wednesday. The minister also expressed hope for c ... more
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Total nuclear power capacity in China to double by 2020
The total capacity of China's nuclear power units will double by the end of the decade, reaching 58 gigawatts (GW), local media reported Wednesday. While the world took a step back from nuclea ... more
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Chinese nuclear firm named world's 5th largest
China's leading clean energy company, China General Nuclear Power Corp. (CGN), is now the world's fifth largest in terms of operating capacity, the company said Tuesday. Five nuclear power uni ... more
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China planning to build floating nuclear power plant
China is planning to build a floating nuclear power station as it seeks to double its atomic capacity by 2020, a senior official said Wednesday. ... more
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Russia Pledges $300,000 to IAEA's Innovative Nuclear Reactors Project
The state-run Russian corporation Rosatom will contribute some 24.6 million rubles ($315,000 at the current exchange rate) in 2016 to the International Project on Innovative Nuclear Reactors and Fue ... more
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India, France to build 6 nuclear reactors at Jaitapur Plant
India's Foreign Secretary stated that India and France intend to construct six nuclear reactors within the framework of the Jaitapur Nuclear Power Project. India and France intend to construct ... more
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AREVA signed $300 million in uranium enrichment contracts in 2015
In 2015, AREVA was awarded several long-term contracts by four U.S. utilities for uranium enrichment services totaling more than $300 million. These contracts offer significant benefits for t ... more
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One dead in mudslide at French nuclear waste site
One person was killed on Tuesday in a mudslide at a laboratory of France's national nuclear waste management agency in the northeast of the country, the emergency services said. ... more
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Japan's 'rigid' atomic inspections need freedom: IAEA
Japan should free up its "complex and rigid" reactor inspection regime, a global nuclear watchdog said Thursday, as the country restarts more atomic plants five years after the disaster at Fukushima. ... more
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Denmark, Greenland sign agreement on uranium
Denmark and Greenland have reached an agreement on the rules for future commercial exports of uranium from the island, local media reported Tuesday. Denmark's Ministry of Foreign Affairs has s ... more
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92,000 petition Canada not to store nuclear waste near Great Lakes
Ninety-two-thousand people have pressed Ottawa to reject a proposal to store nuclear waste in an underground vault near the Great Lakes, fearing a spill would contaminate this source of drinking water for 40 million in Canada and the United States. ... more

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Iran Set to Start Construction of Two Nuclear Power Plants
With sanctions officially lifted, the Iranian government has announced plans to build a pair of nuclear power plants. "Construction of two 1000-MW power plants will start soon," Ali Akbar Salehi, he ... more
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Moscow, Amman to Discuss Building Jordan's First Power Plant Next Month
Russian and Jordanian nuclear officials will convene in Amman in February to discuss the construction of Jordan's first nuclear power plant, the head of the Jordan Atomic Energy Commission (JAEC) to ... more


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NASA's Van Allen Probes Revolutionize View of Radiation Belts

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Netherlands says 'serious' concerns about Belgium nuclear plants

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Belgium's ageing nuclear plants worry neighbours

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Belgium fails to reassure Luxembourg over nuclear safety: official

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IAEA Starts Assessment of Japan's Efforts on Safe Use of Nuclear Plants

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Japan to send plutonium cache to US under nuclear deal: report

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Graphene filter can clean nuclear wastewater

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Belgian nuclear reactor restarts after shutdown

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Belgian nuclear reactor shut down three days after restarting

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Construction begins on pilot nuclear power project

China to set up third-generation nuclear power company

Russia, Egypt to sign $26-Bln contract for Egypt's first NPP

Rosatom Tops $110 Billion in 10-Year Volume of Exports

Last Magnox nuclear power plant throws off switch in Wales

Bangladesh inks 12.65 bln USD nuclear power plant construction deal with Russian company

Moscow, Dhaka Sign Contract on Construction of First Bangladeshi NPP

China has world's largest nuclear power capacity under construction

Belgium restarts ageing nuclear reactor

AREVA TN Signs Agreement for a Partnership with the Chinese firm Apollo

Tokyo Approves Large-Scale Takahama Nuclear Plant Evacuation Plan

Japan court paves way for more nuclear restarts

Russia to start building two nuclear reactors in Iran

AREVA awarded decontamination contract for Krummel NPP

Japan to Suggest Possible Nuclear Waste Disposal Sites by Late 2016

Japan governor supports more nuclear restarts

Radioactive matter migrates faster through fractured carbonate rock

Putin Denies Russia Invested $3B in Turkey's Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant

ORNL process may set new course for extracting uranium from seawater

Fire shuts down reactor at Belgian nuclear plant

China to Operate 110 Nuclear Reactors by 2030


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