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PMO Mulls To Open Gates For FDI In Nuclear Power

In a bid to make India a global player in nuclear power sector, the Modi government is contemplating to allow Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the nuclear power area. The decision, likely to be considered by the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO), would be a paradigm shift in India’s nuclear power policy, and subsequently open the gates for multinational companies to ...

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Yuzhnoukrainsk Nuclear Power Plant Power Unit Disconnected From Grid

The third power-generating unit of the Yuzhnoukrainsk Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) was disconnected from the grid by the protection system recently. Situated on the banks of the Pivdenny Buh River in the town of Yuzhnoukrainsk, Mykolaiv region, the NPP is a standalone unit of Energoatom and is part of the South Ukrainian energy complex. Energoatom is the operator of all ...

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Germany To Phase Out Nuclear Reactors By 2022

Germany plans to close all its nuclear reactors by 2022 as another nuclear power plant is going offline on December 31. With this, Germany will have six nuclear power plants to shut by 2022. This step has been taken in the wake of the Fukushima disaster that took place in 2011 in Japan. Nuclear power generation in Germany has been ...

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“Stable Salt Reactors could transform the energy economic outlook for India specifically regarding the aggressive decarbonisation targets that have been put in place.” – Rory O’Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer, Moltex Energy

  Nuclear power is an important source that will contribute immensely towards a sustainable future. Rory O’Sullivan, Chief Executive Officer, Moltex Energy, explains the significance of nuclear energy and highlights the importance of advanced technology used in nuclear reactors to Relin Hedly, New Media Communication. Excerpts… Your views on the state on Indian nuclear energy today, the challenge and opportunities ...

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Turkey Point Nuclear Plant Extension Until 2053

The Turkey Point nuclear power plant has won final federal approval to continue to operate through at least 2053 — an unprecedented decision by regulators to extend the operating lifespan of nuclear reactors to 80 years. The Nuclear Regulatory Commission recently announced that it had signed off on Florida Power and Light’s latest application for a 20-year extension for its ...

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