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Tepco completes unit 4 fuel removal

Located in: Regulation and Safety

22 December 2014

Tepco has completed a major program of clean-up at Fukushima Daiichi - the removal of all nuclear fuel from unit 4. President and CEO of the company Naomi Hirose paid respect to the "skill and commitment of Tepco engineers and workers at every level".

Obstacles to CSC for Nuclear Damage

Located in: Viewpoint

22 December 2014

The New Year will likely bring a sea change to the international regime of financial protection for nuclear incidents, writes James A. Glasgow, partner at Pillsbury Winthrop.

Regulator approves restart of Takahama reactors

Located in: Regulation and Safety

17 December 2014

Takahama 48Units 3 and 4 of Kansai Electric Power Company's Takahama nuclear power plant meet new safety standards, according to Japan's Nuclear Regulation Authority.

Swedish regulator calls for upgrade plans

Located in: Regulation and Safety

16 December 2014

Sweden's nuclear power plant operators have until the end of 2015 to submit plans to the country's regulator on implementing permanent safety improvements by 2020 to ensure independent reactor core cooling.

Russia and Hungary update cooperation agreement

Located in: Regulation and Safety

10 December 2014

Russia Hungary regulators - 48Russia and Hungary's nuclear regulators today signed an agreement to cooperate in nuclear energy and nuclear safety.

China to develop coastal nuclear power plants

Located in: Nuclear Policies

08 December 2014

The Chinese government is set to resume approvals for the construction of coastal nuclear power plants, having suspended approvals and licensing for all new reactors projects in 2011.

Transparency is a shared responsibility

Located in: Viewpoint

04 December 2014

With a mandate to disseminate objective scientific, technical and regulatory information to the public, the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC) goes to great lengths to ensure that it is being open and transparent in all of its dealings, writes Jason Cameron, vice-president, Regulatory Affairs Branch, CNSC.

EU should incentivize use of nuclear power, says IEA

Located in: Nuclear Policies

01 December 2014

The European Union should complement its Emissions Trading Scheme with policies to attract "critical investment" in low-carbon technologies - including renewable energies, nuclear and carbon capture and storage – "through sector-specific measures to enhance technology innovation and address non-economic barriers," the International Energy Agency said in a report issued today.

Completion of Ohma 1 expected in 2020

Located in: New Nuclear

14 November 2014

Ohma construction site 48Construction of additional safety features at unit 1 of the Ohma nuclear power plant, being built in Japan's Aomori prefecture, will be completed by the end of 2020, the Japan Electric Power Development Corp (J-Power) has announced.

Nuclear industry shares IEA concern

Located in: Nuclear Policies

12 November 2014

UPDATED The World Nuclear Association "shares the concern" of the International Energy Agency that urgent action will be needed to steer the world's energy system onto a safer, low-carbon path.

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