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Speaking with one voice for nuclear energy

Speaking with one voice for nuclear energy
By Preston Swafford The world changes every day, with economic, energy and climate change developments bringing new challenges and new opportunities. The nuclear industry is no different and neither is it immune to the impact of these developments. Just as we couldn’t have predicted decades ago where the world is today, so too could we not have known where the nuclear industry would be at this... 

Giappone/Annunciato il riavvio dei lavori di costruzione presso la centrale di Ohma

Giappone/Annunciato il riavvio dei lavori di costruzione presso la centrale di Ohma
Alla fine dell’articolo troverete una nota tecnica in italiano sull’ABWR (Advanced Boiling Water Reactor) The Japan Electric Power Development Corp (J-Power) will resume construction of the Ohma nuclear power plant in Aomori prefecture. It will be the first Japanese nuclear construction project to restart since all such projects were suspended following the Fukushima accident. J-Power... 

Support for nuclear energy in the UK has returned to levels seen a few months prior to the Fukushima accident

Support for nuclear energy in the UK has returned to levels seen a few months prior to the Fukushima accident
A face-to-face poll of 993 British adults conducted by Ipsos MORI between 2 and 8 December 2011 showed that 40% of respondents had a favourable opinion of the nuclear energy industry, exactly the same share as in a survey conducted in November 2010. However, a poll in June 2011 – three months after the Fukushima accident – showed that support had fallen to just 28%, its lowest level since... 

Major AP1000 component arrives at Sanmen

Major AP1000 component arrives at Sanmen
The reactor pressure vessel cylinder to be used in the world’s first AP1000 has been delivered from South Korea to Sanmen in Zhejiang province, eastern China.   The component for the heart of the power plant was produced in South Korea by Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction using some forgings fabricated by China First Heavy Industries (CFHI). On 22 July, it was transported to Doosan’s... 

European framework for nuclear waste

European framework for nuclear waste
Some European Union (EU) nations may have to speed up their radioactive waste management programs after a new policy directive was adopted in Brussels. The directive officially adopted by the European Council today means every one of the EU’s 27 member states must have, by 2015, a plan to safely dispose of radioactive waste using staff that are properly trained and regulated, as opposed to any... 
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