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Growing support for nuclear France

Located in: Nuclear Policies

24 June 2013

Support for nuclear power amongst the French public is on the rise. However, although twice as many people now favour nuclear energy than oppose it, half of the population remains uncommitted.

Robots enlisted to survey Fukushima

Located in: Corporate

24 June 2013

Honda-AIST robot 48More robots are being put to work to survey the environment within the damaged reactor buildings of the Fukushima Daiichi plant and to map contamination in the surrounding lakes and rivers.

Metropolis gears up for restart

Located in: Regulation and Safety

21 June 2013

Honeywell is restarting front-end operations at its Metropolis uranium conversion plant in Illinois. Permission from the nuclear regulator to resume full operation is expected next month.

Nuclear power down in 2012

Located in: New Nuclear

20 June 2013

Nuclear electricity production to 2012 (WNA) 79x48Nuclear power generation suffered its biggest ever one-year fall through 2012 as the bulk of the Japanese fleet remained offline for a full calendar year.

Japan readies for restarts

Located in: Regulation and Safety

19 June 2013

Power companies in Japan now know the regulations they are required to meet in order to restart nuclear reactors idled as a result of the 2011 Fukushima accident. The first units could potentially come back online before the end of this year.

Japan and V4 pledge cooperation

Located in: Nuclear Policies

17 June 2013

V4+Japan (Image: Government of Japan)_48A summit meeting of the leaders of Poland, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Japan has concluded with the prime ministers promising ongoing cooperation in fields including nuclear energy.

EU expands ambitions for regulatory role

Located in: Regulation and Safety

13 June 2013

The European Commission proposed today that European Union (EU) member states repeat comprehensive stress test safety checks at their nuclear plants every six years and ensure that radioactive releases in any accident are "practically eliminated.

Minister calls for new Australian mines

Located in: Uranium and Fuel

12 June 2013

Australia must open new uranium mines if the country is to maintain its position as one of the world's leading suppliers, resources minister Gary Gray has warned. National and state governments must work with industry to make this happen.

Areva signs up to support Japanese industry

Located in: Corporate

11 June 2013

Abe and Hollande press conference (Kantei)_48French nuclear company Areva is to work with Japan Nuclear Fuel Ltd to bring the Rokkasho-mura recycling plant into commercial operation under a new strategic agreement. Franco-Japanese partnerships have been further strengthened by the signature of a cooperation between Areva and Atox.

Improved venting ordered at US BWRs

Located in: Regulation and Safety

07 June 2013

Operators of most of the USA's boiling water reactors (BWRs) must upgrade their emergency venting systems under a revised order from the country's nuclear regulator.

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