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UPDATE 2-EDF says first Taishan nuclear plant to be ready end ...

12:17am IST * EDF annnounces new delay for Chinese EPR reactors * Order for two more EPRs still under discussion * China utilities want industrial role in Hinkley Point * EDF to work with CGN on new medium-size reactor model (Adds ... Reuters India, 1 month ago

Importing Nuclear Albatross?

The Indo-US Nuclear jugalbandi (duet) commenced in July 2005 with the then US President George Bush and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh signing an Agreement in Washington DC under Section 123 of US Atomic Energy Act-1954 that facilitated India ...
 Observer India4 days ago

Areva ready to discuss transfer of n-technology

French nuclear technology company Areva SA is ready to discuss transfer of technology with the Indian Government in order to speed up the process for signing a contract for the Jaitapur nuclear power project in Maharashtra. Areva is open for ...
 Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago

Does Juncker really want the EU to become "the world number one" on renewables?

The Commission needs political courage to promote a dynamic domestic market forrenewables. Is Mr Junckerup to the task? asks Claude Turmes. ClaudeTurmesis a Green MEP from Luxembourg. The idea of an Energy Union was initially promoted by the ...
 EurActiv.com1 month ago

Govt puts N-accident liability on operator, not supplier

The Centre on Sunday made it clear that liability of the supplier of a nuclear power plant is not a mandatory part of the contract, and the operator would compensate the victims in case of an accident. Noting that the Civil Liability for Nuclear ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

France plans to resolve financial issues before Paris climate talks

Even though India is under no pressure to act on climate change, it is taking steps to voluntarily cut carbon emissions and diversify its energy mix, with a heavy focus on renewable energy. Photo: Bloomberg New Delhi: Ahead of Prime Minister ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Modi likely to couple France, Germany visits

Prime Minister Narendra Modi may make France a part of his itinerary during his April visit to Germany, as diplomatic parleys indicate. The two countries are finalising the agenda for Modis Paris visit before it is formally announced. The French side, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Jaitapur: Shiv Sena may join protest march

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Shiv Sena, the second largest party in the National Democratic Alliance (NDA), may very well walk protesting against the Narendra Modi-led NDA government. The Project Affected People (PAP) of ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
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Sena continues to oppose 9,900 MW Jaitapur nuclear project

The proposed 9,900 MW nuclear power project in Jaitapur in the state may not see the light of the day as Shiv Sena, which is a part of the new BJP-led government in Maharashtra, is likely to stay put to its stand to oppose it. "It has been our ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago Shiv Sena continues to oppose 9,900 MW nuclear project  Siasat Daily2 months ago

Work begins on India's first Light Water Reactor after smaller version

India has started work on fabricating a Light Water Reactor (LWR) of 900 MWe (megawatt electric) for electricity generation, a reactor technology that differs from the heavy water reactors that form the mainstay of the country's nuclear power ...
 Indian Express2 months ago
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