All publications by tag «NUCLEAR»
2023, September, 12, 08:55:00GLOBAL NUCLEAR OPPORTUNITY
The session was the final one of the two day gathering of more than 700 people from the global nuclear sector, where the discussion has covered issues ranging from financing new nuclear, to how the industry will be able to recruit and train enough staff for the proposed expansion of nuclear energy in the years ahead.
2023, September, 12, 08:25:00CHINA'S FUSION DEVELOPMENT
CNNC said the recent achievement “once again broke the operation record of China's nuclear fusion devices based on magnetic confinement, overcoming many technical challenges”. It added: “This milestone holds great importance in China's nuclear fusion energy development, signifying a crucial step forward in the research of high-performance nuclear fusion plasma operation.
2023, August, 4, 06:50:00RUSSIA, AFRICA NUCLEAR COOPERATION
Two more countries - Zimbabwe and Ethiopia - have signed agreements with Russia to cooperate on the peaceful use of nuclear technology on the sidelines of the Russia-Africa Economic and Humanitarian Forum, which has been taking place in St Petersburg.
2023, August, 4, 06:20:00U.S. NUCLEAR FUEL
The Nuclear Fuel Security Program envisaged in the amendment will require the US Department of Energy (DOE) to begin acquiring at least 100 tonnes of low-enriched uranium per year,
2023, August, 4, 06:15:00BRITAIN'S NUCLEAR AMBITIONS
The current government claims to be all-in for new nuclear. Its Energy Security Strategy, published last year, set a target of 24 gigawatts of nuclear energy generating capacity by 2050.
2023, July, 28, 06:45:00BRITAIN NUCLEAR REVIVAL
This will boost UK energy security, reduce dependence on volatile fossil fuel imports, create more affordable power and grow the economy, with the nuclear industry estimated to generate around £6 billion for the UK economy.
2023, July, 28, 06:40:00U.S., GHANA NUCLEAR COOPERATION
The Ghana Nuclear Power Programme Organisation was formed to oversee the implementation and coordination of the nuclear power programme following a 2008 cabinet decision to include nuclear in the energy mix of the African country.
2023, July, 14, 06:40:00RUSSIAN NUCLEAR FOR HUNGARY
The Paks II project was launched in 2014 by an inter-governmental agreement between Hungary and Russia for two VVER-1200 reactors (units 5&6) to be supplied by Rosatom.
2023, July, 14, 06:30:00S.KOREA NEED NUCLEAR
South Korea has been expanding its nuclear energy ambitions since President Yoon Suk-yeol assumed power in May 2022 and reversed former President Moon Jae-in's policy of phasing out nuclear power.
2023, July, 14, 06:25:00TURKEY NEED NUCLEAR
The Akkuyu plant, in the southern Mersin province, is Turkey's first. Rosatom is building four VVER-1200 reactors, under a so-called BOO (build-own-operate) model.