IAEA Issues Revised Guidance Document for Countries Introducing Nuclear Power

IAEA Issues Revised Guidance Document for Countries Introducing Nuclear Power

3 September 2015

Clearer guidelines for the division of tasks between operators, the regulator and the Government, a more detailed list of activities for the introduction of nuclear power, and a blueprint for coordination mechanisms among players, including during the initial phase of nuclear infrastructure development are among the recommendations in the updated version of the IAEA’s key guidance document for countries considering to introduce nuclear power.

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