Adder: World Nuclear Association Newsletter

Plaats: London (UK)
nummer 6
titeldatumauteur
IAEA chief outlines new approach to non-proliferation2003-11-01
Rethinking the nuclear fuel cycle2005-11-01
Major energy bill stalls on final2003-11-01
Licence extensions of four more reactors and uprate for one2004-11-01
Government funds new reactor developments2004-11-01
US weapons plutonium recycled2004-11-01
More US utilities flag new plants2005-11-01NucNet BN 27/10/05
Utilities seek permits for new nuclear plants2003-11-01
Licence renewals and uprates2003-11-01
Exelon opts for rest of AmerGEN2003-11-01
Further US reactor sales2003-11-01
First steps for uranium downblending2003-11-01
Finns opt for Franco-German reactor2003-11-01
French inclination to building EPR2003-11-01
German reactor closes2003-11-01
Major contract to manage R&D2004-11-01
TVA feasibilty study for new reactors2005-11-01Nucleonics Week 29/9/05
Reactor developments approved2005-11-01NRC 18/11/05
Congress increase nuclear R&D2005-11-01NEI Overview 14/1/05
Strong public support for new US reactors2005-11-01NEI 12/10/05
US weapons uranium released2005-11-01Platts 26/9/05
Major defence clean up proceeds2005-11-01Radwaste Solution Sept-Oct 2005
Positive nuclear power policy emerging in UK2005-11-01Economist 19/11/05
UK public opinion on energy issues2005-11-01MORI via EdF Energy 8/11/05
Russia promotes home growth and exports2005-11-01Nucleonics Week 20/10/05
British Energy agrees with creditors2003-11-01
Italian blackout highlights vulnerability2003-11-01
Italy plans national waste repository2003-11-01
Czech energy policy debate2003-11-01
Russia ratifies aid rules2003-11-01
Japan to start new reactor construction2003-11-01
New Japanese inspection auditing body2003-11-01
China ready for new reactors2003-11-01
China and Korea sign for kazakh uranium2004-11-01
Japan confirms commitment to reprocessing spent reactor fuel2004-11-01
Vietnam confirms nuclear energy policy2004-11-01
New Russian reactor in commercial operation2005-11-01Nucleonics Week 17/11/05
Part privatisation of EdF proceeds2005-11-01Nucleonics Week 27/10/05
France to uprate older plants2005-11-01Nucleonics Week 27/10/05
Finland reactor uprated2005-11-01TVO 20/5/05
Swedish government affirms nuclear role2005-11-01Nucleonics week 27/10/05
EU parliamentarians call for nuclear recognition2005-11-01Foratom 19/10/05
German phase-out policy remains2005-11-01W.Breyer, Kerntext 26/9/05
Major contracts for China's new Qinshan plant2005-11-01China Daily 10/11/05
South Korea decides waste side2005-11-01Korea Times 3/11/05
Japan consolidates nuclear R&D2005-11-01Atoms in Japan 3/10/05
New Chinese reactor starts up2003-06-01NuclearCanada 30/4/03; Nucleonics Week 1/5/03
Russia and South Korea collaborate on small reactors2003-11-01
China and USA team up on pebble bed reactor2003-11-01
Indonesia narrows reactor choice2003-11-01
Iran censured by IAEA2003-11-01
North Korea project suspended2003-11-01
Further Ontario reactor restarts2003-11-01
Nuclear co-operation with China2003-11-01
Australian uranium production edges up2003-11-01
Australian Senate committee report2003-11-01
Japan's waste research goes underground2005-11-01Atoms in Japan 9&14/11/05
Kazakhstan pursues uranium joint ventures2005-11-01Ux Weekly 21/11/05
Idian thaw2005-11-01Nucleonics Week 15/9/05
India plans new nuclear plants2005-11-01Calcutta Telegraph 23/9/05
Bruce Power to rebuild old Ontario reactors2005-11-01Bruce Power 17/10/05
Pickering reactor rejoins grid2005-11-01OPG 27/9/05
Canadian spent fuel plans open ended2005-11-01NWMO 3/11/05
Ontario plans deep repository for wastes2005-11-01OPG 7/9/05
ERA revises Ranger resources2005-11-01ERA 27/10/05
Cameco and Cogema divest ERA shares2005-11-01Rio Tinto 10/10/05
ERA head office goes bush2003-11-01
ANSTO ships spent fuel2003-11-01
Uranium prices and reactor changes2003-11-01
World reactor changes2003-11-01
Uranium prices and reactor changes2004-11-01
Australian uranium production up2005-11-01ERA 24/10/05
Dr ElBaradei & IAEA share Nobel peace prize2005-11-01BBC 7/10/05
PBMR contract for new reactor2005-11-01Nucleonics Week 17/11/05
Green light for Silex partnership2005-11-01Silex 12/10/05
Rio Tinto rationalises U marketing2005-11-01Rio Tinto 5/10/05
Low dose radiation reports leave understanding open2005-11-01British Medical Journal 29/6/05
Uranium prices and reactor changes2005-11-01
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