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Big lift helps clear the way

Located in: Waste and Recycling

13 August 2012

Fukushima Daiichi 4 containment head removal, 10 August 2012 (Tepco) 36x48Tepco's latest step in decommissioning Fukushima Daiichi has been to remove unit 4's containment vessel head from storage on the service floor. The lift is a milestone in a plan to remove nuclear fuel from the building.

Quick decommissioning in Germany

Located in: Waste and Recycling

03 August 2012

Two of the German reactors ordered to shut after Fukushima will be dismantled as soon as possible. EnBW has applied for permission to do the work and said it has more than enough funds set aside.

Ownership restricts EnBW's complaint

Located in: Corporate

31 July 2012

EnBW has made clear that it supports the legal action made by other utilities against Germany's nuclear policy but that it is unable to contest the matter due to being publicly owned.

Hamaoka work to take one year longer

Located in: Regulation and Safety

30 July 2012

Hamaoka 48Work to bolster tsunami and flood protection at the Hamaoka nuclear power plant in Japan will not be completed until the end of 2013, Chubu Electric Power Company has announced. The plant will remain offline until it has strengthened its sea defences.

Outlook for 2012 improves for Areva

Located in: Corporate

27 July 2012

Areva has raised its forecast for 2012 after reporting first-half earnings higher than previously expected, partly due to increased revenue in its nuclear business and the effects of restructuring its operations.

Uranium supplies good for the long haul

Located in: Uranium and Fuel

26 July 2012

World uranium resources are ample to meet requirements for the foreseeable future but timely investment in facilities will be needed to make sure production keeps pace with growing demand, according to a new edition of the flagship Red Book.

Regulator backs continued operation of Bugey unit

Located in: Regulation and Safety

26 July 2012

ASN inspectors at Bugey 48Unit 2 at EDF's Bugey nuclear power plant is capable of operating for a further ten years, France's nuclear regulator has concluded after the unit's third ten-year safety inspection. A final decision on its continued operation is expected before the end of the year.

Emotionally fuelled Japanese take to the streets

Located in: Nuclear Policies

20 July 2012

Sayonara Nukes event, 16 July 2012 66x48

Japan's nuclear debate has intensified considerably with the restart of reactors. Weekly protests at the prime minister's residence have been supplemented by the biggest rally so far and a huge petition.


Construction under way at Barakah

Located in: New Nuclear

19 July 2012

Barakah 1 first concrete 48The first safety-related concrete has been poured for the foundation slab of the initial reactor at the Barakah site in the United Arab Emirates. The move came just one day after the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation was issued with a construction licence for two units at the site.

Iitate evacuation relaxed

Located in: Regulation and Safety

16 July 2012

Fukushima evacuation status, 17 July 2012 (60x48)Another substantial part of the evacuation area in Fukushima prefecture has been recategorised, with most of Iitate village subject to conditional returns from tomorrow.

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