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Jaczko moves on from NRC

Located in: Regulation and Safety

21 May 2012

Gregory Jaczko has resigned his chairmanship of the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), saying the time was right to work on public safety in other ways. He will continue as chairman with safety his "paramount priority" until a successor is appointed.

Power shift begins to move German industry

Located in: Nuclear Policies

18 May 2012

Aluminium ready for shipping (Voerde) 57x48Germany's third largest aluminium producer has filed for bankruptcy as trade groups call for affordable power supply equivalent to the nuclear capacity taken off the grid as a response to the Fukushima accident.

Low-dose study finds no effects

Located in: Regulation and Safety

16 May 2012

Mice exposed to low-dose radiation for an extended period showed no signs of DNA damage, said a study from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) that challenges existing radiation guidelines.

Critical time for UK government and industry

Located in: Corporate

15 May 2012

One week before the UK government tables its energy market reforms some key aspects of the package are still being decided. Its success will be vital to plans for nuclear new build, including the sale of Horizon Nuclear Power.

Tepco faces $10 billion loss

Located in: Corporate

14 May 2012

Tepco's losses have been put at ¥781.6 billion ($9.8 billion) for financial year 2012. About half of this stems from the cost of compensation and cleanup; the other half is from the higher cost of generation in Japan's shaken power market.

Tepco gets government bail-out

Located in: Corporate

10 May 2012

The Japanese government has approved amendments to Tokyo Electric Power Company's (Tepco's) ten-year special business plan which effectively puts it, at least temporarily, under state control.

Last Japanese reactor in outage

Located in: Regulation and Safety

04 May 2012

Tomari (Mugu-shisai)_48Japan will find itself without nuclear power for the first time since 1970 as the last of its currently operating nuclear reactors prepares to go offline.

Horizon scanning

Located in: Corporate

04 May 2012

Realistic potential players are being linked to Horizon Nuclear Power, with US utility Exelon the latest to be named in the media. A wide range of firms can be expected to show interest in the UK new nuclear project company.

Stress tests on the home straight

Located in: Regulation and Safety

27 April 2012

European nuclear countries (2012, ENSREG) 45x48 Nuclear operators in Europe have taken "significant steps to improve the safety of their plants" as a result of stress tests, said regulators from the continent in a review of each others' work on the program.

Wylfa 2 bows out

Located in: Regulation and Safety

26 April 2012

Wylfa 69x48The penultimate Magnox reactor has generated its last electricity after 41 years of service. The closure of Wylfa 2 leaves its twin, unit 1, as the sole operational representative of the type.

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