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Dealing with debris at Fukushima Daiichi 3

Located in: Regulation and Safety

28 September 2012

Fukushima Daiichi 3 fuel pond debris, November 2011 and September 2012 (84x48)A steel beam slipped into the fuel pond of Fukushima Daiichi 3 during an operation to remove tonnes of debris. Engineers confirmed by inspection that no damage was caused.

Nuclear growth slowing not stalling

Located in: Nuclear Policies

26 September 2012

Growth rates may have slowed but world nuclear energy capacity will nevertheless continue to increase over the coming decades, according to the latest projections from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

New team for nuclear startup reviews

Located in: Regulation and Safety

25 September 2012

An industry team that will review safety of new nuclear power plants before they start up has been assembled by the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) at a new office in Hong Kong.

Fuel deal by French nuclear giants

Located in: Corporate

25 September 2012

Newly signed contracts have seen one of Areva's largest ever uranium orders, which will help to secure over 20 years' fuel supply for EDF's reactors.

Gradual growth in US support for nuclear

Located in: Nuclear Policies

24 September 2012

Support for nuclear energy in the USA is gradually approaching pre-Fukushima levels, a new public opinion poll shows. Some 65% of Americans now favour the use of nuclear, compared with 71% before the accident.

New Japanese regulator takes over

Located in: Regulation and Safety

19 September 2012

New Japanese regulators at Fukushima 48A new nuclear regulatory regime came into force in Japan today. The Nuclear Regulation Authority has been created in response to shortcomings identified in the country's previous regulatory structure after the Fukushima accident.

Japan puts off nuclear policy commitment

Located in: Nuclear Policies

19 September 2012

The Japanese government has already stalled on its nuclear phase-out policy, with prime minister Yoshihiko Noda explaining that 'flexibility' remains important when facing 'a variety of uncertainties.'

Stronger ties join IAEA and WANO

Located in: Regulation and Safety

18 September 2012

IAEA-WANO MOU (Dean Calma/IAEA)_48Two organizations dedicated to cooperation in the use of nuclear energy have agreed to work more closely together to support the safe and reliable operation of nuclear power plants worldwide.

Data on Fukushima radiation monitoring

Located in: Regulation and Safety

18 September 2012

A mass of data on radioactive emissions from the Fukushima nuclear accident has been made available by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

'Innovative' strategy to end Japanese nuclear

Located in: Nuclear Policies

14 September 2012

Yoshihiko_Noda_14_September_2012_(x48).jpgJapan has confirmed a goal of ending nuclear power generation in the 2030s. The new strategy is based on respect for the will of the Japanese people, but slashes environmental targets to perhaps as little as a 10% reduction in CO2 by 2030.


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