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  • Meeting participants visiting the Wakasa Wan Energy Research Center in Fukui Prefecture, 7 October 2015. (Photo: T.Tigerstedt/IAEA)

    Communicate Early, Often and Clearly on Nuclear Power, IAEA Meeting Highlights

    2015-10-08 | A commitment to open and transparent communication with the public and media to meet stakeholders' expectations is important for countries planning their first nuclear power programme, participants in an IAEA meeting agreed. How to develop the necessary skills, enhance competences and better respond to stakeholders' needs was the focus of a four-day meeting that ended in Fukui, Japan, today. Read More »

  • 2015 Edition of Country Nuclear Power Profiles Released

    2015-10-07 | This 2015 edition, issued on CD-ROM, contains updated information on the status and development of nuclear power programmes in 51 Member States. It summarizes organizational and industrial aspects of nuclear power programmes and information about legislative, regulatory and international frameworks in each country. Read More »

  • Meeting Announcement: 2016 Annual Meeting on Nuclear Infrastructure Development

    2015-10-01 | The next IAEA Technical Meeting on Topical Issues in Infrastructure Development will be held in Vienna on 2-5 February 2016. It is the main forum for senior managers involved in national nuclear power programmes to share good practices and discuss challenges and common issues. The deadline for nominations is 20 November 2015. Read More »

  • BATAN, Indonesia, presents NESA Report to IAEA

    2015-09-30 | The National Nuclear Energy Agency of Indonesia (BATAN) has submitted the final report on its Nuclear Energy System Assessment (NESA) to the IAEA during the 59th IAEA General Conference. Read More »

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2015-05-03 NENP
2014-04-30 NENP, Inpro
2014-02-12 Infrastructure, NENP
  • Nuclear Newcomers

    Date: 2014-02-12 | Today, 30 countries use nuclear power and about the same number are considering to use it to meet their growing energy demands. Almost three years after the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, two countries are already constructing their first nuclear power plants, and several are preparing for construction start. IAEA Nuclear Engineer Marta Ferrari explains how the IAEA supports these countries. View Video →

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Meetings 2015
  • 16-20 Oct
    3rd RCM on Flow Accelerated Corrosion Benchmarking at NPPs Read more»
  • 20-23 Oct
    Dialogue Forum 11 on Collaborative Project "Roadmaps for a Transition to Globally Sustainable Nuclear Energy Systems" (ROADMAPS)
  • 27-30 Oct
    TM on "Aging management of electrical equipment and components at nuclear power plants" Read more»
  • 27-30 Oct
    TM on Establishing a National Position for New Nuclear Power Programmes and Pre-Feasibility Studies Read more»
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