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Nuclear Innovation For Clean And Sustainable Growth

The vital importance of nuclear technologies was a focus of attention at a UN-organized side event held recently as part of the COP 25 climate change conference in Madrid. King Lee, Director Harmony Programme, World Nuclear Association, joined representatives from the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, the International Maritime Organization and the World Intellectual Property Organization in a panel facing ...

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NWMO Advances Canada’s Plan For Long-Term Management Of Used Nuclear Fuel

The Nuclear Waste Management Organization (NWMO) is advancing the site selection process for a deep geological repository for Canada’s used nuclear fuel. The organization will narrow its focus from five to two potential siting areas, an important advancement in Canada’s plan. The site selection process has been underway since 2010. This process started with 22 municipalities and indigenous communities that ...

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Russia To Make Nuclear Power A Reality For African Nations

South Africa is the only country on the African continent with nuclear power generation. Russian President Vladimir Putin spoke at a Russia-Africa summit in Sochi, Russia and said his government is ready to provide its nuclear power technology to more of Africa. African nations are trying to increase their power generation capacity on a continent that has long struggled to ...

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Ontario, Saskatchewan And New Brunswick To Develop Nuclear Reactor

The premiers of Ontario, Saskatchewan and New Brunswick have committed to collaborate on developing nuclear reactor technology in Canada. Doug Ford, Scott Moe and Blaine Higgs made the announcement and signed a memorandum of understanding recently in advance of a meeting of all the premiers. They will be working on the research, development and building of small modular reactors as ...

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ICNENT 2020: 14. International Conference on Nuclear Engineering and Nuclear Technology

Date: January 16-17, 2020 Venue: Bangkok, Thailand About the conference: Aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Nuclear Engineering and Nuclear Technology. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, ...

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2020 Power Plant Simulation Conference

Date: January 12 – 16, 2020 Venue: The Westin, Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA The 2020 Power Plant Simulation Conference (PowerPlantSim’20) is an annual conference sponsored by The Society for Modeling and Simulation International (SCS). This conference focuses on the special needs of the nuclear and fossil power plant simulation community and includes presentations by technology and industry leaders, technical sessions, panel and roundtable ...

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Africa Looks To India For Nuclear Reactors

As part of India’s strategy to expand its footprint in Africa, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government is exploring supply of small nuclear power reactors to the electricity-starved countries.  Interestingly, India’s civilian nuclear power programme has caught the fancy of African countries because climate change has impacted their conventional hydropower generation capacity, which was primarily dependent on the Nile, the ...

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Nuclear Waste: Disposal Theories

As the world feels the dire effects of climate change, many prominent scientists are working to provide safe, efficient, and clean alternative fuels and energies. As they scramble to find ways to make solar and wind farms cheaper and more efficient, there are others who know that a safe, relatively cheap, efficient, and clean energy already exists: nuclear power. The ...

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Nuclear Energy: A Feasible Solution

As the world feels the dire effects of climate change, many prominent scientists are working to provide safe, efficient, and clean alternative fuels and energies. As they scramble to find ways to make solar and wind farms cheaper and more efficient, there are others who know that a safe, relatively cheap, efficient, and clean energy already exists: nuclear power. People ...

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The World Nuclear Waste Report 2019: Focus Europe

https://www.boell.de/sites/default/files/2019-11/World_Nuclear_Waste_Report_2019_Focus_Europe_0.pdf?dimension1=division_nona       source: boell.de

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