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Learning from the market

Located in: Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

12 September 2014

Jeff_Combs_(WNA)_48Fundamental changes in the nature of uranium supply, demand and the market itself over the last ten years may have largely gone unrecognized, but the market of 2014 is in a better position to support nuclear energy growth than it was a decade ago according to Ux Consulting Company's Jeff Combs.

Public needs radiation awareness

Located in: Regulation and Safety

12 September 2014

Radiation protection panel - WNA Sympo 2014 - 48Educating the public on the potential health effects of radiation should be a long-term process and not just take place in the aftermath of a major nuclear accident, a panel of radiation protection experts agreed.

Japan to test tritium removal technologies

Located in: Regulation and Safety

10 September 2014

Japan has selected three overseas companies to construct demonstration projects to verify the suitability of their technologies for removing tritium from contaminated water at the Fukushima Daiichi plant.

Final restart approval nears for Sendai

Located in: Regulation and Safety

10 September 2014

Sendai 48Japan's nuclear regulator has approved changes in the reactor installations of units 1 and 2 of the Sendai nuclear power plant, moving the units one step closer to restarting.

Red Book looks to continued growth

Located in: Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

10 September 2014

With an increase of over 7% in the world's identified uranium resources over the past two years, the resource base is more than enough to meet the needs of nuclear sector that is set to grow for the foreseeable future, according to the latest edition of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) and the International Atomic Energy Agency's (IAEA)'s flagship publication.

New minister tours Fukushima plant

Located in: Nuclear Policies

08 September 2014

Obuchi at Fukushima 48In her first week as Japan's minister for trade and industry, Yuko Obuchi has visited the damaged Fukushima Daiichi plant to offer her support to workers there.

India, Japan continue talks on nuclear deal

Located in: Nuclear Policies

03 September 2014

Abe and Modi - September 2014 48The prime ministers of India and Japan have welcomed the "significant progress" made in negotiating a nuclear cooperation agreement between the two countries, saying talks will be accelerated to conclude such a deal.

China's new nuclear baby

Located in: Viewpoint

02 September 2014

China has formally launched its first indigenous nuclear power reactor design, with some French ancestry but born of two major internecine contests, writes Ian Hore-Lacy.

Polish public supports nuclear plan

Located in: Nuclear Policies

26 August 2014

Public support for the construction of Poland's first nuclear power plant has soared to 64%, but an independent Polish think-tank warns that public debate must be refocused away from current concerns about international political crises if that support is to be long lived.

What was deadly at Fukushima?

Located in: Viewpoint

26 August 2014

What turned Fukushima from a medium-ranking industrial accident, of the kind the happens perhaps eight or ten times a year, into a disaster, with a reported death toll among the evacuees of over 1000? It wasn't the radiation, writes Malcolm Grimston.


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