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Swiss want say on nuclear phase out

Located in: Nuclear Policies

23 January 2014

Muehleberg 48.jpgNuclear energy is an essential part of Switzerland's energy mix and more debate is needed about its planned phase out, a poll of attitudes towards nuclear power in the country shows.

Bluetooth joins sub for decommissioning

Located in: Corporate

16 January 2014

Sellafield ROV minid-sub (Sellafield Ltd)_48A mini-submarine with wireless connectivity is being used to transmit live data on conditions in a legacy fuel storage pond at the UK's Sellafield site. The company says this is a first for its decommissioning program.

German nuclear shutdown unlawful

Located in: Corporate

14 January 2014

The forced closure of RWE's Biblis nuclear power plant after the Fukushima accident was unlawful, the German Supreme Administrative Court has ruled. The utility is now likely to sue for considerable damages.

Tepco set to restructure

Located in: Corporate

02 January 2014

From around April this year Tepco is to be reorganised into two main sections: A power generation business and a separate division dedicated to decommissioning the Fukushima Daiichi site.

China celebrates construction milestones

Located in: New Nuclear

31 December 2013

Yangjiang 6 first concrete 48.jpgConstruction has started on the sixth unit at the Yangjiang nuclear power plant in China's Guangdong province - the largest nuclear construction site in the world. The first two reactors there, together with several other units elsewhere in the country, are nearing start-up.

No restart for undamaged Fukushima reactors

Located in: Corporate

18 December 2013

Fukushima Daiichi 5 and 6 - 48The two undamaged units at the Fukushima Daiichi plant - units 5 and 6 - are to be decommissioned, plant operator Tepco has confirmed. They may be used as mock-ups for testing technologies for inspecting and cleaning up the four damaged reactors there.

Life extension for South Ukraine unit 1

Located in: Regulation and Safety

10 December 2013

South Ukraine (South Ukraine NPP)_48Ukraine's nuclear regulator has approved a ten-year licence extension for unit 1 at the South Ukraine nuclear power plant following major upgrade work. The unit is now licensed to operate beyond its original 30-year design lifetime.

IAEA praises Fukushima decommissioning approach

Located in: Regulation and Safety

05 December 2013

IAEA mission to FS Nov 2013 - 48Japan has adopted a more proactive approach towards addressing the many complex challenges posed by the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, an international expert mission has concluded.

Business calls for stable power supply in Japan

Located in: Nuclear Policies

02 December 2013

Nuclear power needs to be an option for Japan, said a panel of the Japan Federation of Economic Organizations (Keidanren), however recovery in Fukushima prefecture must be a priority.

Europe plans for emergency communication

Located in: Regulation and Safety

29 November 2013

EU nuclear energy countries 62x48A project backed by 43 organisations is preparing Europe to react and communicate effectively in case of a nuclear emergency, drawing on the lessons of the Fukushima accident.

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