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Amano stays at IAEA helm

Located in: Nuclear Policies

07 March 2013

Amano at press conference (D Calma/IAEA)_48Yukiya Amano has been reappointed as head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) for a second four-year term by the agency's board of governors.

Radiation declines at Fukushima

Located in: Regulation and Safety

06 March 2013

Fukushima radiation survey map thumb 80x48The latest aerial survey of the Fukushima region reveals a pattern of contamination significantly reduced in the space of a year by natural processes of radioactive decay and dispersal.

Application in for next two Barakah units

Located in: New Nuclear

04 March 2013

UAE nuclear power plant 70x48An application for the construction of units 3 and 4 at the new Barakah plant in the UAE has been submitted by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation to the country's nuclear regulator.

Rössing restructuring to see 276 jobs go

Located in: Corporate

01 March 2013

Falling uranium demand and prices due to the Fukushima accident, as well as increasing costs of electricity and water, have caused Rössing Uranium to reduce its workforce by 276. 

Reactor shutdowns impact EnBW's earnings

Located in: Corporate

01 March 2013

Neckarwestheim (EnBW) 80x48The forced closure of two of its four nuclear power reactors in 2011 contributed to a 4.3% drop in profits in 2012, German utility EnBW reported.

Court rules Biblis closure unlawful

Located in: Nuclear Policies

28 February 2013

Biblis (Areva) 48x48A three-month closure imposed by the government on RWE's Biblis A and B reactors as an immediate response to the Fukushima accident was illegal, a German court ruled.

WHO: Low radiation risk from Fukushima

Located in: Regulation and Safety

28 February 2013

Radioactivity released by the Fukushima accident posed a low risk to Japan's population, said the World Health Organisation. It expects no observable health effect in the wider population, but raised estimations of cancer risk for two towns.

New chief for WANO

Located in: Corporate

27 February 2013

Ken Ellis will take over as managing director of the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) in April. He comes from a background of operations at Bruce Power in Canada.

Energiewende sees emissions rise

Located in: Energy and Environment

26 February 2013

Unterweser fotogrfiert von der Weser (75x48)German carbon dioxide emissions rose slightly in 2012 as the replacement of politically closed nuclear generation cost the country the opportunity to reduce emissions to a record low.

Shikoku joins rate hikers

Located in: Corporate

22 February 2013

A fifth Japanese nuclear utility has moved to raise its electricity tariffs in order to accommodate the cost of soaring liquid natural gas imports. Shikoku Electric Power company intends to increase household rates by 11% and commercial rates by 17.5%

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