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Parliament tentatively agrees to nuclear power plants supervision law - Daily News Egypt

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 17:48

Daily News Egypt

Parliament tentatively agrees to nuclear power plants supervision law
Daily News Egypt
“The new project comes as a prelude to the launch of the Dabaa nuclear project and works to turn the Nuclear Power Plants Authority (NPPA) into an economic agency that can invest, borrow, conclude agreements, and sell electricity generated from nuclear ...

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UK Industrial Strategy highlights 'vital part' of nuclear power - World Nuclear News

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 15:38

UK Industrial Strategy highlights 'vital part' of nuclear power
World Nuclear News
The nuclear sector is "integral to increasing productivity and driving growth" in the UK, according to the government's Industrial Strategy White Paper launched today. In the UK, a White Paper is a government report giving information or proposals on ...

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UK Industrial Strategy highlights 'vital part' of nuclear power - World Nuclear News

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 15:38

UK Industrial Strategy highlights 'vital part' of nuclear power
World Nuclear News
The nuclear sector is "integral to increasing productivity and driving growth" in the UK, according to the government's Industrial Strategy White Paper launched today. In the UK, a White Paper is a government report giving information or proposals on ...

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IAEA Helps Newcomer Countries with Nuclear Workforce Planning - International Atomic Energy Agency

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 15:13

IAEA Helps Newcomer Countries with Nuclear Workforce Planning
International Atomic Energy Agency
This tool helps provide individual country HRD plans, by coupling educational training requirements with the milestones laid out in IAEA guidance document, Milestones in the Development of a National Infrastructure for Nuclear Power, NG-G-3.1.

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Want a nuclear reactor in your backyard? Step this way - The Australian

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 13:01

Want a nuclear reactor in your backyard? Step this way
The Australian
Volunteer communities are being sought for Australia's first small nuclear reactors, which developers hope could be in operation by 2030. SMR Nuclear Technology has set a timeline for the development of Australia's nuclear power industry, which would ...

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Michael Flynn's role in Middle Eastern nuclear project could compound legal issues - Washington Post

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 11:05

Washington Post

Michael Flynn's role in Middle Eastern nuclear project could compound legal issues
Washington Post
Flynn served as an adviser to two Washington-based companies pursuing efforts to build nuclear power plants in the Middle East: ACU Strategic Partners, which proposed a partnership with Russian interests, and IP3/IronBridge, which later launched a ...

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Japan approves restart of two nuclear reactors at Ohi power plant near Kyoto - Deutsche Welle

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 09:06

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Japan approves restart of two nuclear reactors at Ohi power plant near Kyoto
Deutsche Welle
A local Japanese governor approved the restart of two nuclear reactors near Kyoto, officials said on Monday, clearing the final regulatory hurdle for the revival of the power plants early next year. Fukui Province governor Issei Nishikawa gave the ...
A Better Source of Nuclear Power?American Thinker
Six years after tsunami, debate on what to do with Fukushima's tanks ...Fox News
Risky stalemate as science battles human fears at FukushimaNEWS.com.au
Daily Mail -Asahi Shimbun
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A Better Source of Nuclear Power? - American Thinker

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 07:19

American Thinker

A Better Source of Nuclear Power?
American Thinker
Two disturbing scientific reports have surfaced recently from Europe. The first is that a plume of radioactive particles has been detected drifting across northern Europe with a suspected source from within Russia. The second report is a post-mortem ...

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Earth Life, Safcei ask court to stop nuclear plan 'rush' - Business Day

News - Mon, 11/27/2017 - 03:44

Business Day

Earth Life, Safcei ask court to stop nuclear plan 'rush'
Business Day
Two civil society organisations have dragged the government to court in an attempt to force it to commit to following transparent public participation processes in its proposed nuclear power procurement. Earth Life Africa's Johannesburg branch and the ...
Government Taken Back To Court Over Nuclear ProgrammeHuffington Post South Africa (blog)

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Op-Ed: Eskom's latest work on the IRP for the Department of Energy rejects nuclear - Daily Maverick

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 22:43

Daily Maverick

Op-Ed: Eskom's latest work on the IRP for the Department of Energy rejects nuclear
Daily Maverick
In the Forced Nuclear scenario, some 9,6 GW of new-nuclear power is “hard-wired” (or forced) into the IRP model in the years to 2050, because none of the other scenarios modelled come up with this particular outcome, which appears to be preferred by ...

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Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania - Phys.Org

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 18:36

Phys.Org

Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania
Phys.Org
The proximity of a nuclear power plant under construction in Belarus to the border and Lithuania's capital Vilnius has been a source of concern. Thirty years after the Chernobyl disaster spewed radioactive clouds into the sky and sent shockwaves across ...
The Belarus built its first nuclear power plant at the gates of the EUThe Quebec Telegram

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Japan: Nuclear Reactor Behind Fukushima Disaster Considered for Another Power Plant, Against Safety Regulations - Newsweek

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 18:05

Newsweek

Japan: Nuclear Reactor Behind Fukushima Disaster Considered for Another Power Plant, Against Safety Regulations
Newsweek
The company operating the nuclear reactor for a power plant in Japan is requesting government approval to keep it running—even though safety regulations were introduced to make sure that didn't happen. The Japanese government mandates a limit of 40 ...
Fukushima 'ice wall' linchpin not living up to high hopesAsahi Shimbun
Clean energy: Reinventing Japanese powerNew Straits Times Online
After Indian Point: Leaving Waste High and DryHighlands Current

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'This is a forever project': Indigenous community mulls nuclear waste bunker - CBC.ca

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 16:33

CBC.ca

'This is a forever project': Indigenous community mulls nuclear waste bunker
CBC.ca
The Ontario Power Generation project, currently estimated to cost $2.4 billion, would see a bunker built at the Bruce nuclear power plant near Kincardine, Ont., close to the Lake Huron shoreline. Hundreds of thousands of cubic metres of low and ...

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'A forever project': Ont. First Nation carefully examining nuclear waste bunker plan - CTV News

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 15:52

CTV News

'A forever project': Ont. First Nation carefully examining nuclear waste bunker plan
CTV News
The Ontario Power Generation project, currently estimated to cost $2.4 billion, would see a bunker built at the Bruce nuclear power plant near Kincardine, Ont., close to the Lake Huron shoreline. Hundreds of thousands of cubic metres of low and ...

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Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania - The Manila Times

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 11:04

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Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania
The Manila Times
OSTROVETS, Belarus: Thirty years after the Chernobyl disaster spewed radioactive clouds into the sky and sent shockwaves across Europe, Belarus is building a nuclear reactor on the doorstep of the European Union despite fears in neighbouring Lithuania.
The Belarus built its first nuclear power plant at the gates of the EUThe Quebec Telegram

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Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania - Digital Journal - Digital Journal

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 03:16

Digital Journal

Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania - Digital Journal
Digital Journal
Thirty years after the Chernobyl disaster spewed radioactive clouds into the sky and sent shockwaves across Europe, Belarus is building a nuclear reactor on ...

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Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania - Yahoo Singapore News

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 03:12

Yahoo Singapore News

Belarus nuclear power plant stirs fears in Lithuania
Yahoo Singapore News
Thirty years after the Chernobyl disaster spewed radioactive clouds into the sky and sent shockwaves across Europe, Belarus is building a nuclear reactor on the doorstep of the EU despite fears in neighbouring Lithuania. Construction of the facility ...

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Fukushima face-lift masks morass inside - The Australian

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 02:16

The Australian

Fukushima face-lift masks morass inside
The Australian
We first went through automated security checks and radiation measurement at the new building, where 1,000 employees of Tokyo Electric Power Co.'s decommissioning unit work. A sign prohibits games such as Pokemon Go. Visitors no longer must put on ...

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With an irrational Trump in office, the nuclear power of US president must be tamed - South China Morning Post

News - Sun, 11/26/2017 - 01:20

South China Morning Post

With an irrational Trump in office, the nuclear power of US president must be tamed
South China Morning Post
Even American politicians have shockingly little insight into the immense destructive power vested in the American president. The US Senate Foreign Relations Committee recently held a hearing on the president's nuclear launch authority, which received ...
A Nuclear Reckoning: Senators Ponder the President's Power to Launch ArmageddonWar on the Rocks
South Asian Nuclear ProblemModern Diplomacy

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There's still time to halt the madness of our foreign-owned nuclear juggernaut - Telegraph.co.uk

News - Sat, 11/25/2017 - 20:02

Telegraph.co.uk

There's still time to halt the madness of our foreign-owned nuclear juggernaut
Telegraph.co.uk
It's the story that keeps on giving – the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset. Just as you thought the train had left the station and it was too late to do anything about Britain's positively reckless programme of nuclear renewal, along ...

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