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Nuclear activities Legislation in Algeria

On 11 March, the Algerian National People’s Assembly (Lower Chamber of Parliament) ratified the draft law on civil nuclear activities in an open session, chaired by the President of the

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A new power plant in Libya with a Greek partnership

The General Electricity Company in Tobruk, Libya, and in coordination with the Municipal Business Steering Council, will receive the Greek company “METKA“, which will build and install a power station

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The largest solar complex in MENA with over $ 2 billion investments

The head of the New and Renewable Energy Authority, Eng. Mohammed Al-Khayat, announced that the total investment in the Binban Solar Power Project is $ 2.2 billion, mostly from international

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The Multipurpose Research Reactor Complex in Nigeria

According to Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Rosatom Central and Southern Africa, Dmitry Shornikov, Nigeria and Russia agreements on cooperation in the design, construction, operation and decommissioning of the Nuclear

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Construction of a new wind power plant worth 325 million dollars in Egypt

Mid-February, the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) signed an agreement with Lekela for the purchase of energy and the establishment of a wind power plant in the Gulf of Suez

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Licensing and Inspection of Industrial Radiography Operations in Kenya

From November 12 – 16, 2018, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (US NRC) Radiation Sources Regulatory Partnership (RSRP) conducted a consultation for the Kenyan Radiation Protection Board (RPB) in Nairobi,

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Local companies compete for two tenders in Al Dabaa nuclear project

Local construction companies are competing to win one of the bids put forward by the Russian company Rosatom to participate in the implementation of the project Al-Dabaa nuclear station. 30

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Sudan is cooperating with China to exploit uranium

Sudan has announced the start of a partnership with China National Nuclear Company (CNNC) to exploit uranium for peaceful nuclear power generation in the country. This came in a statement

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The nuclear power in Algeria

After having hesitated for a long time, Algeria seems ready to embark on the higher stage of the use of nuclear energy. Currently, two nuclear reactors are active in the