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Can France rely on its nuclear fleet for a low-carbon 2050? 14 December, 2022 EDF has not shown its 900 MW units can be operated that far ahead, says... > read more

Zaporizhzhia: Chronicle of a tragedy 08 December, 2022 At the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant in Ukraine armed conflict...

EBRD looks at a new agenda in Ukraine 02 November, 2022 As its existing programmes reach an end, the Nuclear Safety Department of...

Impress and dress for nuclear safety 27 July, 2022 Increasing focus on worker safety underpins the importance of...

Nuclear Safety: Zaporizhzhia and military conflict 13 July, 2022 In March, Russian forces took control of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power...

Occupied Chornobyl: the 25-day shift 15 June, 2022 In February, Russian forces took control of the Chornobyl nuclear power...

New uses for old information: an emergency preparedness & response perspective 02 February, 2022 Anders Riber Marklund says the ability to process existing safety...

Why close Hinkley Point B early? 03 March, 2021 After nearly 45 years of quietly helping to power Britain, a...

The Core Melt Stabilization System for Hinkley Point C 02 December, 2020 Bilfinger is a ‘tier one’ contractor for Hinkley Point C in the UK and...

Improving resilience of India’s fleet 24 September, 2020 New safety upgrades and severe accident management measures have...

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