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2019-11-11 12:55:00

BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM

BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM

IAEA - The new IAEA publication Adapting the Energy Sector to Climate Change explores the diverse range of impacts on the energy sector resulting from gradual climate change and extreme weather events, and the potential ways to counter them. Adequate responses to these challenges are crucial for a secure and reliable energy supply, including nuclear energy.

"Increased global and regional temperatures patterns, changes in precipitation amounts and seasonal distribution, a sea level rise, and changing characteristics of various extreme events such as increasing frequency,…

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BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, October, 30, 09:40:00
CLIMATE NEED NUCLEAR
Renewable energy must join forces with nuclear to secure a low-carbon future
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, October, 25, 08:50:00
CLEAN NUCLEAR POWER
Globally, nuclear power is a leading source of clean electricity today - second only to hydro - but many nuclear power plants in advanced economies are facing retirement as they approach the end of their original 40-year design lifetime, Birol said. Without additional lifetime extensions or new projects, nuclear capacity in advanced economies - primarily in the USA, the EU and Japan - would decline by two-thirds by 2040, substantially as a result of political issues and inadequate market design, he added.
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, October, 18, 11:35:00
NUCLEAR POWER FOR CLIMATE
“I’m worried about the decline of nuclear in the energy mix if governments don’t change their policies,” Birol said referring to new capacity and lifespan extensions.
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Tags: ENERGY, NUCLEAR, CLIMATE
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BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, December, 9, 13:08:00
Green Workplace Summit 11 December 2019
We would like to invite your organization to participate at the Green Workplace Summit which will focus on developing a healthy, energy-efficient and sustainable built environment for all, taking place on the 11 December 2019 in the Sultanate of Oman. The event is organized by be’ah and White Paper Summits.
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, December, 9, 13:07:00
Energy Week Georgia 2020, 28-30th January, Tbilisi
On 28-30th January 2020 the international investment event “Energy Week Georgia 2020” will take place in Tbilisi.
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, December, 9, 13:05:00
NUCLEAR POWER FOR CLIMATE
recent reports from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), the International Energy Agency (IEA), and the World Energy Council have all highlighted nuclear power's role in the energy transition;
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, December, 9, 13:00:00
NUCLEAR POWER FOR CO2 CUTTING
A new report by researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology examined various scenarios for the decarbonization of the nation’s electricity sector. The MIT researcher’s simulations showed that availability of nuclear powered generation would help reduce the needed carbon price by up to 67 percent (to less than $40 per ton) in meeting a 90-percent reduction target (below 2005 levels) by 2050.
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, December, 9, 12:55:00
RUSSIA'S NUCLEAR FOR IRAN STOPPED
This makes it technologically impossible for TVEL to be further engaged in works at the Fordow facility. Uranium enrichment and stable medical isotope production cannot be sustained in the same room. Air and equipment are exposed to UF6 leftovers, making the produced stable medical isotopes unsuitable for medical purposes.
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, December, 9, 12:45:00
U.S. UNEMPLOYMENT 3.5%
Total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 266,000 in November, and the unemployment rate was little changed at 3.5 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported
BALANCING THE GLOBAL ENERGY SYSTEM
2019, December, 9, 12:40:00
WORLDWIDE RIG COUNT DOWN 81 TO 2,042
The worldwide rig count for November 2019 was 2,042, down 81 from the 2,123 counted in October 2019, and down 224 from the 2,266 counted in November 2018.
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