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Facility expansion broadens Tecnatom's capabilities


08 October 2015

Tecnatom opens plant extension - 48Spanish engineering firm Tecnatom has inaugurated an extension to its facility near Madrid. The new building houses an emergency support centre which will provide support in the event of an accident at a nuclear power plant.

Women in Nuclear for Climate

Nuclear Policies

01 September 2015

Women in Nuclear conf, August 2015 (IAEA - Dean Calma) 77x48Women in Nuclear has leant its support to a civil society campaign for nuclear energy to be recognised as a low-carbon option for fighting climate change.

Paladin narrows its loss, continues to cut costs


28 August 2015

Paladin Energy has reported a net loss of $368.8 million for the 2015 fiscal year, ending 30 June, up from a loss of $336.5 million in fiscal 2014.

Opportunities to avoid nuclear skills shortage

New Nuclear

11 September 2015

Thomas - WNA Symposium - 2015 - 48The nuclear industry has many opportunities to build a sustainable and competent workforce to avoid a future skills shortage, Callum Thomas, CEO of recruitment consultants Thomas Thor Associates told delegates at the World Nuclear Association's Symposium in London.

Conditions and safety the focus at Fukushima site

Regulation and Safety

28 August 2015

Fukushima workers eat in rest house, June 2015 80x48Radiation levels have reduced to the point that full-face masks are not needed for 90% of the Fukushima Daiichi site but worker safety remains a high priority following a fatal accident this month.

Contract for Embalse simulator upgrade


17 July 2015

Embalse simulator - 48The full-scope simulator at Argentina's single-unit Embalse nuclear power plant is to be upgraded by Canada-based L-3 MAPPS under a contract signed with Nucleoeléctrica Argentina SA.