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Weekly Round Up
15 August 2020
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Features

Looking beyond Hinkley Point C
Recent reports call for development of both large and small-scale nuclear power plants in the UK, but cost reductions and a new approach to financing will be key.

Pressure vessel removal at Bohunice
Slovakia’s nuclear and decommissioning company Javys has completed one of the most complex operations of the Jaslovské Bohunice V1 decommissioning project, removal of the reactor pressure vessel.

Legal framework for nuclear ships
Iris Bjelica Vlajić discusses the legal framework and grounds for indemnity for nuclear ships

Optimus: a versatile option
NAC International’s new Optimus transport package raises transport packaging standards, while its versatility drives lower costs for shipping a wide range of materials. By Juan Subiry

Data is power
The influx of new data technologies collectively known as Industry 4.0 promises to bring innovation to nuclear sites and projects. It is already finding roles that accelerate decommissioning. Jeremy Gordon talks to Robert Plana, chief technical officer of Assystem, about some of the company’s experience so far.


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