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First fast reactor plant coming up at Kalpakkam

The country's first Fast Reactor Fuel Cycle Facility (FRFCP) is coming up at Kalpakkam at a cost of Rs. 9,600 crore, said S.A.V. Satya Murty, director of Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam. This is a first of its kind plant in ... The Hindu, 1 month ago

Dounreay fuel shipped to Cumbria

DOUNREAY has confirmed its first batch of unused fuel from its Prototype Fast Reactor (PFR) has been successfully transported to… OUNREAY has confirmed its first batch of unused fuel from its Prototype Fast Reactor (PFR) has been successfully ...
 MyInforms2 months ago
Business Standard India

Indian Science Congress: 'Make in India key for nuclear power growth'

India's nuclear power programme will succeed only of the cost of power produced is competitive with that of newer sources of energy like solar. While the government irons out the kinks in its nuclear policy to encourage foreign players to invest, it ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited - Strategic SWOT Analysis Review  MarketResearch.com2 weeks ago India could it yet replicate China in nuclear power?  Nuclear Engineering International1 month ago What India can learn from Fukushima  The Hindu1 month ago

Japan may review spending on plutonium fuel cycle-minister

TOKYO Dec 10 Japan may review spending on reprocessing plutonium for use in nuclear reactors, a minister appointed to identify wasteful spending told Reuters, following years of government outlays on the controversial programme that has yielded no ...
 Reuters UK2 months ago Plutonium's global problems are piling up  Eco-Business2 weeks ago

Sharing expertise with newcomer countries

After over 50 years developing training programmes for the Russian nuclear industry, Rosatom's Central Institute for Continuing Education & Training is ready to share its experience with countries embarking on nuclear power programmes. The ...
 Nuclear Engineering International2 days ago
Rediff.com

Why India must pause its nuclear expansion plans

IMAGE: The Kudankulam nuclear power plant in Tamil Nadu. 'Decisions on nuclear power have so far been taken by a small select group, primarily interested in profiteering from their actions, stating 'secrecy' as necessary from the national security point.''This argument is false, because we are dealing with the 'civilian' nuclear power sector, which is open even to the IAEA,' says Dr A Gopalakrishnan, former chairman of the Atomic Energy Regulatory Board. Ever since the Fukushima nuclear ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Nuclear Issues That Will Dominate This Year: Forecast 2016  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago Paris fails to revive the nuclear dream  Eco-Business1 month ago COP21 leaves nuclear dream adrift  Ecologist1 month ago

Activists Claim PFBR in Kalpakkam is an Important Milestone

CHENNAI: Is the 500 Mega Watt Prototype Fast Breeder Reactor (PFBR) in Kalpakkam, considered to be an important milestone for India's three-stage nuclear power programme, too expensive for the country? While anti-nuclear activists have termed the ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago
Ecologist

Too much of a bad thing? World awash with waste plutonium

24th January 2016 Two armed ships set off from the northwest of England this week to sail round the world to Japan on a secretive and controversial mission to collect a consignment of plutonium and transport it to the US. The cargo of plutonium, ...
 Ecologist2 weeks ago

Headlines 2015!

Captain Cool Exits Test Cricket India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni sent world cricket into a tizzy by announcing his shock retirement from Tests, making way for Virat Kohli to take charge of arguably the most stressful job in the sport. Dhoni, ...
 Weekly Voice1 month ago
Oneindia

2015 was a power-packed year for space, atomic energy sectors

NEW DELHI : With the launch of 25 satellites, ISRO had a power-packed 2015 while the atomic energy arena witnessed addressing of several crucial issues, including civil liability, which were hampering the sector's growth besides signing of a nuclear ...
 Daily Excelsior.com1 month ago 2015: Power-Packed Year for Space, Atomic Energy Sectors  Outlook India1 month ago
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