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First Hongyanhe unit connected to the grid

Located in: New Nuclear

18 February 2013

Hongyanhe 1 48Unit 1 of the Hongyanhe plant in Liaoning province in northeast China has been connected to the electricity grid. The reactor is expected to enter commercial operation later this year.

Tepco's increasing reliance on fossil fuels

Located in: Corporate

12 February 2013

Tepco's use of liquefied natural gas, crude and heavy oil has significantly increased since the accident at its Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, figures released by the Japanese utility show.

Continuing cleanup of Fukushima pool

Located in: Regulation and Safety

08 February 2013

Truss removal at Fukushima Daiichi 3, February 2013 1 (Tepco) 66x48A large twisted steel truss has been removed from the fuel pool of Fukushima Daiichi 3 as part of efforts to clear debris from the pond and service floor area.

Energy leaders' nuclear uncertainty diminishing

Located in: Energy and Environment

07 February 2013

Concerns over nuclear energy use have been eclipsed by energy price volatility, the global recession, political unrest and future climate frameworks as the top uncertainties for global energy leaders, according to the World Energy Council.

Areva revenues up in 2012

Located in: Corporate

01 February 2013

Although orders continued to be cancelled following the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident, Areva reported that overall sales revenue grew 5.3% in 2012 while its order backlog remained unchanged from the year before.

Nuclear fuel tax 'formally unconstitutional'

Located in: Nuclear Policies

30 January 2013

Germany's tax on nuclear fuel was designed 'to siphon off the profits of the nuclear power plant operators', judges in Hamburg have ruled. The tax exceeds government competence and contradicts the country's constitution.

Hitachi Zosen buys NAC International

Located in: Corporate

25 January 2013

Magnastor at Palo Verde (NAC)_48Hitachi Zosen is to buy used fuel management specialist NAC International from its current owner, USEC, in a $45 million deal that will provide the Japanese company with a platform to expand its operations in spent fuel transportation and storage.

Resolution on EU stress test lessons

Located in: Regulation and Safety

25 January 2013

The European Parliament's energy committee has approved a draft resolution recommending the speedy implementation of lessons learned from stress tests conducted at the European Union's (EU's) nuclear power reactors.

Fossil imports burn Japanese trade again

Located in: Nuclear Policies

25 January 2013

Japanese spending on imported fossil fuels soared in the latter part of last year, helping push the country to a trade deficit for the second year in a row. Emissions targets are under revision as most nuclear power plants remain closed.

Nuclear plant design needs blue sky approach

Located in: Regulation and Safety

22 January 2013

Designers of nuclear plants should have more responsibility over plant design throughout the operating lifetimes of all their reactors, according to a new study by a working group of the World Nuclear Association.


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