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Indian-Japanese cooperation deal moves closer

Located in: Nuclear Policies

30 May 2013

Abe-Singh May 2013 48Talks on a cooperation agreement between India and Japan will be accelerated, the countries' prime ministers have said following a meeting in Tokyo.

Moniz takes office

Located in: Nuclear Policies

22 May 2013

Moniz sworn in (DoE) 48Ernest Moniz was sworn in yesterday as the 13th US Secretary of Energy at a ceremony in Washington, DC.

New cover for fuel removal at Fukushima Daiichi 1

Located in: Regulation and Safety

14 May 2013

Fukushima unit 1 cover, September 2011 (Tepco) 64x48A four-year process is planned to rebuild the cover over Fukushima Daiichi 1, equipping it to remove used reactor fuel still stored there.

German demolition plans revealed

Located in: Waste and Recycling

13 May 2013

Neckarwestheim (EnBW) 80x48EnBW Kernkraft has formally applied to the state of Baden-Wurttemberg for permission to decommission and demolish two nuclear units forced to close by German politicians in response to the Fukushima nuclear accident.

Futaba access restrictions relaxed

Located in: Regulation and Safety

13 May 2013

Fukushima zones May 2013 48Residents will be able to repair tsunami damage in the town of Futaba after the Japanese government decided to prepare for the removal of parts of the town from the Fukushima evacuation zone.

Kundankulam's public interest ruling

Located in: New Nuclear

07 May 2013

Kudankulam 69x48A panel of two judges at India's Supreme Court has concluded that the Kudankulam nuclear power plant is vital for the country's economic growth and dismissed widespread public apprehension at the project as having 'no basis'.

Regulatory approval for Fessenheim 2 upgrades

Located in: Regulation and Safety

30 April 2013

Fessenheim (EDF) 72x48French nuclear regulators have prescribed a program of works to be carried out at Fessenheim 2 to allow France's second-oldest nuclear unit to continue to operate beyond its third ten-yearly inspection.

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'.

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