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Supporting Jordan
24 February, 2021
The European Union has completed a cooperation project to enhance radiation safety and the safe management of radioactive waste in Jordan

Hybrid systems: mixing things up
20 June, 2019
Aliki van Heek from the IAEA’s planning and economic studies section speaks to NEI about the potential for combining nuclear and renewables in a hybrid energy system, as well as non-electric applications of the technology.

Characterisation trial
19 December, 2017
Safe and cost-effective management of nuclear waste is more important than ever. Suzanne Glorie explains how new technologies can help.

Slow burn
09 February, 2017
We review the key developments in nuclear fusion over the last 12 months. In addition to progress on the international Iter project, there have been achievements in China, South Korea and Europe.

Power for the people
14 December, 2016
The US generates more nuclear power than any other country in the North American region with 99 plants currently operational. In this country focus industry analysis provider GlobalData provides an insight into the market.

Project by project update: COL licences ‘under review’
28 January, 2015
Ed Kee looks at the status of the eight US reactor projects that NRC says have their COL licences under review.

Reactor dosimetry for VVERs: past and future
08 June, 2011
A state-of-the-art review of dosimetry for reactor pressure vessel irradiation damage assessment and lifetime evaluation of Russian-type VVER reactors is presented. A verification of reactor dosimetry calculation methods, as well as a validation of the RPV fluence evaluation, is being carried out by technical support organizations and NPPs. By Krassimira Ilieva, Sergey Belousov, Antonio Ballesteros and Sergey Zaritsky

Dutch dream of a new HFR
04 March, 2011
A new research reactor envisaged for the Netherlands, Pallas, will have the capacity to be the world’s largest producer of medical isotopes. By Bob van der Schaaf and Paul G. T. De Jong

World survey part 1: the Americas
25 June, 2009
In 2008 the number of nuclear reactors starting construction hit double figures, with China and Russia leading the race. There has been much activity in India, too, after last year’s nuclear cooperation deals. Our World Survey covers recent developments in every country with operating commercial reactors.

The American way
11 June, 2008
While announcements of new signed EPC contracts in the USA are somewhat premature, the industry has recently moved much closer towards the long-awaited nuclear renaissance.

How much?
20 November, 2007
For some utilities, the capital costs of a new nuclear power plant are prohibitive.

Europe needs the HTR
29 September, 2000
A network is being set up to develop a European HTR technology.

How will the High Flux Reactor enter the third millennium?
30 November, 1999
HFR is housed at the Joint Research Centre of the European Commission and its position at the centre of Europe has contributed to its success. However, there are many new challenges ahead.

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