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Ontario's energy transition

Located in: Energy and Environment

29 April 2013

Toronto (John Vetterli) 74x48Air quality in Canada's Ontario province has improved dramatically in recent years, simultaneously with the ramping up of nuclear power and the phase-out of coal.

UK swaps plutonium to balance MOX policies

Located in: Waste and Recycling

23 April 2013

A series of exchanges has seen the UK take control of three tonnes of plutonium it had been storing for foreign firms. The country's goal is to use plutonium stocks as reactor fuel for power generation.

World has stalled on clean energy

Located in: Energy and Environment

17 April 2013

The world's governments are failing on almost every level to clean up their energy systems and must intervene to support nuclear power, said the IEA, noting that only renewables and electric vehicles are 'on track'.

Air cooling for Finnish plant

Located in: Regulation and Safety

17 April 2013

Loviisa (Fortum)_48New cooling towers will help to ensure safety at Finland's Loviisa nuclear power plant even if the seawater normally used to cool the plant were to be unavailable.

Update to US emergency guidelines

Located in: Regulation and Safety

16 April 2013

The US Environmental Protection Agency has drafted new guidelines to protect workers and the public in a radiological emergency. Open for public comment, the latest draft is an update to EPA guidelines issued in 1992.

Pits pose problems at Fukushima

Located in: Regulation and Safety

15 April 2013

Tepco is emptying the three water storage pits that were found to be leaking at Fukushima Daiichi. In around two months the contaminated water should all have been removed to tanks.

US nuclear safety goes from strength to strength

Located in: Regulation and Safety

12 April 2013

Salem-Hope Creek (PSEG)_48Contracts have been signed for the operation of two regional US response centres to manage emergency backup equipment, while newly released performance metrics for 2012 show US plants achieving good safety performances.

Fukushima internal exposures low, study finds

Located in: Regulation and Safety

11 April 2013

Some 99% of residents of Fukushima prefecture and neighbouring Ibaraki have barely detectable levels of internal exposure to caesium-137, a group of Japanese researchers has found. Of the remaining 1%, all showed levels well below the government-set limit.

Positive global outlook for nuclear energy

Located in: Nuclear Policies

10 April 2013

Nuclear power is going through some of its toughest ever years, but retains majority global policy support, the World Nuclear Fuel Cycle conference heard today in Singapore.

Tepco tackles rodent problems

Located in: Regulation and Safety

05 April 2013

Tepco has now suffered two power supply problems at Fukushima Daiichi, both thanks - directly and indirectly - to small animals, while senior managers have had their pay cut over the matter.


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