All publications by tag «NUCLEAR»
2020, February, 17, 11:40:00PAKISTAN'S NUCLEAR STRENGTHENING
Pakistan aims for a significant expansion of its use of nuclear power over the coming decades
2020, February, 10, 10:25:00U.S. COAL + NUCLEAR: 25%
U.S. coal and nuclear power plants will collectively provide more than 25% of electricity generation through 2050.
2020, February, 10, 10:15:00SMALL NUCLEAR INCREASING
If current developments with small modular reactors in first month of 2020 are any indication of interest in this scale of nuclear technology, the 2020s could be the decade that SMRs take off. Here are six reports of interest in SMRs the U.S. and Europe.
2020, February, 7, 10:40:00NUCLEAR IS GROWING
Mr Grossi said many countries were expanding or introducing nuclear power as part of their energy mix despite the Fukushima Daiichi accident in Japan almost a decade ago and highlighted its role in fighting climate change.
2020, February, 5, 10:30:00U.S., BRAZIL NUCLEAR COOPERATION
Brazil and the USA have signed agreements on extending the operation and generating capacity of Angra unit 1 and on cooperation in new nuclear technologies.
2020, January, 27, 14:40:00SMALL NUCLEAR MARKET $328 BLN
In fact the current estimate for the export market for SMRs is GBP250 billion [USD328 billion], so this could be a huge industry.
2020, January, 27, 14:35:00S.KOREA'S NUCLEAR PROBLEMS
However, the companies are giving up on their component supply business in order to survive and South Korea’s nuclear power industry is now on the verge of collapse.
2020, January, 24, 13:10:00GLOBAL RENEWABLE ELECTRICITY UP 20%
global electric power generation from renewable sources will increase more than 20% throughout the projection period (2018–2050), providing almost half of the world’s electricity generation in 2050. In that same period, global coal-fired generation will decrease 13%, representing only 22% of the generation mix in 2050.
2020, January, 24, 12:55:00NEW RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR FUEL
Siberian Chemical Combine (SCC) has completed acceptance tests of its ETVS-22, ETVS-23 and ETVS-24 experimental fuel assemblies with mixed uranium-plutonium (nitride) nuclear fuel for fast neutron reactors. Based in Seversk, SCC is a subsidiary of TVEL, the nuclear fuel manufacturing subsidiary of Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom.
2020, January, 22, 12:10:00CANADA'S SMALL NUCLEAR
The firm has committed to a $13 billion program to refurbish six of the units which will significantly extend their operating lives. It follows that any new construction of SMRs, or anything else such as a molten salt or other type of advanced unit,, will have to get past a significant financial hurdle in terms of verified cost competitiveness for any utility to decide to proceed with it.