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Proof of concept achieved for sealed source radwaste disposal method

Proof of concept achieved for sealed source radwaste disposal method

Croatian test drilling - 48The International Atomic Energy Agency has announced that successful tests of a "promising technology" for moving and storing low level radioactive sealed sources are "paving the way" for a new disposal method for dealing with small volumes of radioactive waste around the world. The proof of concept for the technology was tested in Croatia late last year without the use of actual radioactive material, the IAEA said on 11 January.

Waste & Recycling 15 January 2016


Partners agree on life extension for Krško

Partners agree on life extension for Krško

Krsko plant - 48The operating life of the Krško nuclear power plant in Slovenia will be extended by 20 years following an agreement between Slovenia and neighbouring Croatia, which jointly own the plant. It was also agreed that a dry storage facility for used fuel will be built at the site.

Corporate 21 July 2015


Ownership of Croatia's Migrit Energija remains unclear

Ownership of Croatia's Migrit Energija remains unclear

Finland's Ministry of Employment and the Economy announced today that it has been unable to confirm whether Migrit Energija, the Croatian company intending to take a stake in the Hanhikivi nuclear power plant project, is in fact European-controlled.

Corporate 16 July 2015


Croatian firm confirms interest in Finnish project

Croatian firm confirms interest in Finnish project

Croatian company Migrit Energija has confirmed that it plans to take a stake in the Hanhikivi nuclear power plant project in Finland. However, the Finnish economy ministry has requested more details about the company as it considers the shareholding.

Corporate 02 July 2015