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IAEA Publishes 2014 Statistics on World Nuclear Power Reactors

An annual IAEA publication on the world's nuclear power reactors shows that, as of the end of 2014, 70 reactors were under construction and 96 more were reported to the IAEA as planned. Read more...

IAEA Helps Nuclear Newcomers with Workforce Planning Tool

In developing the necessary workforce for new nuclear power programmes, the IAEA is making increased use of a US-developed modelling tool to help newcomer countries understand their human resources requirements. Read more...

Jordanian Parliamentarians Visit IAEA

A delegation of Members of Parliament from Jordan visited the IAEA to hear about the organization's activities and support to countries embarking on a new nuclear power programme. Requested by Jordan, the visit took place from 11 to 14 May 2015. Read more...

Nuclear Innovations for a Low-Carbon Future

Addressing the recent International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP), IAEA Deputy Director General Mikhail Chudakov highlighted the role nuclear power can play in tackling the energy and climate change challenge. Read more...

Nuclear Power After Fukushima: IAEA Projections

In the spring 2015 edition of Harvard College Review of Environment & Society, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy, Mikhail Chudakov, writes that nuclear power remains an important option for many countries for improving energy security, reducing the impact of volatile fossil-fuel prices and fighting climate change.  Read more...


Topics In Focus

Climate Change and Nuclear Power

International Conference on Management of Spent Fuel from N P Reactors
15 – 19 June 2015

Advances in Small Modular Reactor Technology Developments

Nuclear Power: Status and Outlook

 Nuclear Power: Status and Outlook

Last update: May 27, 2015 6:45:56 PM