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Rosatom to upgrade safety equipment at the Bulgarian Kozloduy NPP

Rusatom Service JSC, the electrical energy division of the Russian company Rosatom, has signed a contract with the Bulgarian “Kozloduy” nuclear power plant to upgrade the neutron flow monitoring equipment

Business activities & Projects Greater China Safety & Regulation

CNNC push forward Xudapu nuclear power project

After 5 months of joint efforts from relevant departments such as Liaoning Nuclear Power and the Provincial Department of Eco-Environment of Liaoning Province, on February 20, the current scheme for

Business activities & Projects Greater China Safety & Regulation

Shidaowan gets approved to set restricted area

The People’s Government of Shandong Province recently issued a positive reply on setting up a restricted zone for the demonstration project of Shidaowan NPP which installs high-temperature gas-cooled reactor. In

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Achieving progress in Arak reactor modernization

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister, Sergey Ryabkov, stated that work to modernize and upgrade the nuclear reactor in Arak is making progress. “UK and China, as co-chairs of the relevant working

Greater China Safety & Regulation

China Sanmen 1 & 2 obtain permit for operation

Unit 1 and Unit 2 of the Chinese Sanmen nuclear power plant have obtained a 38-years operating license. In accordance with the relevant requirements of the ” Nuclear Safety Law

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The Fate of the Thorium Nuclear Power Plant Project in Indonesia

ThorCon International Indonesia Chief Representative Bob S. Effendi expects the Indonesian government’s commitment to ensure the fate of the Thorium Nuclear Power Plant (PLTN) project. ThorCon needs a Presidential Regulation

Africa Safety & Regulation

Congo Restarts its Nuclear Program

The Council of Ministers of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) approved the restart of the Triga II reactor in Kinshasa. The Congolese authorities will present the country’s position during

Middle East Safety & Regulation

Operating license for UAE’s first nuclear power unit

On Monday, February 17th, the UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) announced the issuance of a license to operate the first unit of the Barakah nuclear power plant. Hamad

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China to free duties on some key nuclear equipment

In order to continue to support the development of China ’s major technological equipment manufacturing industry the Ministry of Finance, together with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the