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IAEA foresees continued growth in nuclear capacity

Located in: Nuclear Policies

25 September 2013

Global nuclear power generating capacity will continue to grow by 2030 but at a slightly slower rate than predicted a year ago, according to the latest estimates from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).

Abe at Fukushima site

Located in: Nuclear Policies

20 September 2013

Abe visits Fukushima Daiichi, September 2013 69x48Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe visited the Fukushima Daiichi site yesterday, personally encouraging workers' efforts in the clean-up and decommissioning project. He urged Tepco to forget about restarting two operable reactors there.

Fifth reactor under construction at Yangjiang

Located in: New Nuclear

19 September 2013

Yangjiang 5 first concrete, September 2013 72x48Engineers began pouring concrete for Yangjiang 5 yesterday. The new power plant in China's Guangdong province is the largest nuclear construction site in the world.

Fukushima off-site clean-up success

Located in: Regulation and Safety

18 September 2013

Tamura decontamination (MOE)_48Radioactive decontamination has been completed to target in one municipality affected by Fukushima accident, and operations to decontaminate other areas are making good progress, Japan's Ministry of Environment has reported.

Exchange trip for nuclear industry heads

Located in: Regulation and Safety

16 September 2013

American chief nuclear officers have completed a week-long technical visit to Japan, learning from their counterparts' experiences of the Fukushima accident and recovery.

Uranium supply and demand in balance for now

Located in: Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

12 September 2013

Sashi Davies (WNA)_48World nuclear capacity is set to continue to grow, but the supply of uranium should meet predicted demand for the next several years according to the latest World Nuclear Association report on the nuclear fuel market.

NEA: No room for complacency on safety

Located in: Regulation and Safety

11 September 2013

Niel and Echavarri (OECD NEA)_48A newly published report praises OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) member countries for identifying and implementing nuclear safety enhancements following the Fukushima accident, but warns that learning the lessons from Fukushima must be an ongoing process.

Cricket appeal for recovery

Located in: Other News

10 September 2013

Fukushima cricket match (British Embassy Tokyo) 77x48Diplomats from the British Embassy in Tokyo took on a team of residents from the Tohoku region for a friendly game of cricket staged in a town affected by the tsunami and nuclear crisis of March 2011.

Government plan for better nuclear communication

Located in: Nuclear Policies

05 September 2013

The Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs will set up an international group concerning water issues at Fukushima Daiichi, with one priority being enhanced global communication.

Yangjiang nuclear investment on hold

Located in: Corporate

04 September 2013

Yangjiang 3 dome lifting 48Plans by Hong Kong utility China Light and Power to take a 17% stake in the six-reactor Yangjiang nuclear power plant have been halted by regulatory delays and an investment review by project leader China General Nuclear.


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