10.10.2017_No18 / Insider

UK Is Leading The Way With Clear Strategy For Nuclear, Says Westinghouse VP

10 Oct (NucNet): The UK is Europe’s most prominent leader in nuclear development because of the government’s clear strategy of supporting nuclear energy as part of its future energy mix, a senior official from US-based nuclear equipment manufacturer Westinghouse Electric Company said.

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10.10.2017_No202 / News in Brief

EU Oversight Delays Hungary’s Paks 2 By A Year, Official Says

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10.10.2017_No202 / News in Brief

Fukushima Residents Win Payout From Government And Tepco

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10.10.2017_No202 / News in Brief

IAEA Praises French Regulator’s ‘Significant Progress’

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10.10.2017_No202 / News in Brief

Cernavodă Negotiations Continuing With China’s CGN, Says Nuclearelectrica

10.10.2017_No202 / News in Brief

UPDATE: Flushing Of Primary Systems Complete As Russia’s First Floating Nuclear Station Nears Completion

12 Oct (NucNet): Flushing of the primary systems has been completed at Russia’s first floating nuclear power station, the Akademik Lomonosov, which is under construction at Baltiysky Zavod JSC (the Baltic Shipyard) in St Petersburg, Russia, nuclear operator Rosenergoatom said on 9 October 2017.

09.10.2017_No201 / News in Brief

IAEA’s Amano Warns Cancer Reaching ‘Epidemic Proportions’ In Developing Countries

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09.10.2017_No201 / News in Brief

HoNESt Nuclear Project Suggests Historical Lack of Confidence In Regulatory Authorities

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09.10.2017_No201 / News in Brief

Ruthenium-106 Originated From Southern Urals, Says France’s IRSN

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09.10.2017_No201 / News in Brief

Finland’s TVO Announces Further Delay To Olkiluoto-3 EPR

9 Oct (NucNet): Finland’s Teollisuuden Voima Oyj (TVO) has announced a further delay to its Olkiluoto-3 EPR nuclear station project with commercial operation now scheduled to begin in May 2019, the company said in a statement on 9 October 2017.

06.10.2017_No200 / News in Brief

NRC Begins Special Inspection Over Contamination Incident At NIST

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06.10.2017_No200 / News in Brief

NEI’s Korsnick Says Proposed FERC Rulemaking Is Right Step

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06.10.2017_No200 / News in Brief

Ukraine’s Energy Ministry Approves Energoatom’s 2018 Investment Plans

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06.10.2017_No200 / News in Brief

Turkish Regulator Approves First Russian Equipment Manufacturer For Akkuyu

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06.10.2017_No200 / News in Brief

IAEA Praises Commitment To Safety Ahead Of Planned Barakah Operation

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06.10.2017_No200 / News in Brief

Nuclear Has Biggest Share Of EU Primary Energy Production, EC Statistics Show

05.10.2017_No199 / News in Brief

Russia ‘Has Submitted Proposals’ For First Saudi Arabia Nuclear Station

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05.10.2017_No199 / News in Brief

Europe Detects Presence Of Ruthenium 106 In Air Samples

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05.10.2017_No199 / News in Brief

UK Likely To Rethink Hinkley Funding Arrangements For Future Nuclear Projects, Says Minister

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05.10.2017_No199 / News in Brief

Japan’s Regulator Approves Final Safety Reports For Kashiwazaki Kariwa-6 And -7

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