Adder: World Nuclear Association News Briefing, april 2005

Plaats: London, UK
titeldatum
The government has approved construction of the country's second 6 apr
Uranium Resources Inc (URI) has run into production problems 6 apr
The Department of Energy (DOE) announced its preferred alternatives 6 apr
International Uranium Corp (IUC) has signed an agreement 6 apr
USEC Inc has begun manufacturing centrifuge machine components 6 apr
USEC Inc has signed a US$200 million contract with Constellation 6 apr
The Yibin Nuclear Fuel Element Plant (YFP) in Sichuan province 6 apr
Texas Genco LLC's planned purchase of a 44% share in the South Texas Project 6 apr
Slovakia must stick to the timetable for closure of two reactors at the Bohunice 6 apr
The Leningrad-1 nuclear power reactor will reportedly be able to operate 6 apr
China will construct 40 new nuclear power reactors 6 apr
Spent nuclear fuel stored in pools at some of the country's operating 6 apr
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) should establish specific requirements 6 apr
A nuclear revival is expected by more than half of 108 utilities and utility inv13 apr
The government has decided to join the Generation IV13 apr
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has approved an extended power update13 apr
The National Energy Policy Council (CNPE) will delay a decision13 apr
The government has approved the construction13 apr
General Electric Co (GE) of the US is urging China to consider13 apr
The governor of Aomori prefecture, Shingo Mimura, officially announced13 apr
Cogema will appeal to the Court of Cassation in Paris13 apr
The radiation protection standard for the Yucca Mountain13 apr
The biggest restructuring of the country's nuclear energy industry13 apr
The European Union (EU) and Japan will seek to agree before July13 apr
North Korea has suspended the operation of the 5 MW reactor at the Yongbyon13 apr
BNFL inc has been renamed BNG America13 apr
Uranium Participation Corp (UPC) entered the market this month looking to buy20 apr
Electricite de France (EdF) reportedly intends to offer other European utilities20 apr
Electricite de France (EDF) has signed two new industrial partnership contracts20 apr
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) has proposed a fine20 apr
There are no significant environmental impacts that would preclude20 apr
Progress Energy will make a decision within the next two years20 apr
Half of the population support increasing the use of nuclear power20 apr
The development of breeder reactors with a closed fuel cycle20 apr
The Nuclear Safety Commission (NSC) considered a proposed20 apr
At least ten provincial governments are seeking to set up projects20 apr
A call for the country to consider using nuclear as the most obvious20 apr
A basic agreement of cooperation to construct a mixed-oxide (MOX)20 apr
Comprehensive energy legislation, including several important provisions20 apr
Owners and operators of US civilian nuclear power reactors purchased27 apr
PBMR (Pty) Ltd has awarded a US$20 million contract27 apr
Honeywell met with the Nuclear Regulatory Commission's (NRC's)27 apr
President George Bush called for the Department of Energy (DOE) to27 apr
NuStart Energy Development LLC and the Department of Energy (DOE)27 apr
AmerGen Energy Co will this summer begin developing an application27 apr
France is near an optimum with nearly 80% of its electricity production27 apr
First fuel loading at Hokuriku Electric Power Co's Shika-227 apr
US nuclear energy organisations have formed a task force to support27 apr
A technology transfer agreement worth EUR50 million27 apr
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