Nuclear Infrastructure Development

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  • IAEA's Anne Starz with high-level officials from Kenya at the opening of the INIR Mission in Nairobi, 24 August 2015. (Photo: M. Van Sickle/IAEA)

    IAEA Starts Reviewing Kenya's Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development

    2015-08-25 | The IAEA has commenced an international mission yesterday in Kenya to review the country's progress in developing the necessary infrastructure for a nuclear power programme. The Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) mission is conducted upon invitation by the Government of Kenya. Read More »


  • Milko Kovachev has joined the IAEA as Section Head of the IAEA Nuclear Infrastructure Development Section. (Photo: IAEA)

    Change of Leadership in the Nuclear Infrastructure Development Section

    2015-08-17 | Mr Milko Kovachev has assumed the position of Section Head of the Nuclear Infrastructure Development Section (NIDS) in the Division of Nuclear Power, Department of Nuclear Energy, today. He succeeds Ms Anne Starz, who has been appointed as Senior Advisor for Policy and Strategy at the Department of Nuclear Energy. Read More »


  • Officials from Jordan and IAEA and international experts discussed Jordan's national infrastructure development during the INIR Mission in Jordan, 4 to 14 August 2014. (Photo: JAEC)

    Jordan Releases INIR Mission Report

    2015-08-13 | The Jordan Atomic Energy Commission has released the report of the Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) Mission, conducted in Jordan in August 2014, and has authorized the IAEA to make it available on its website. Read More »


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Nuclear Power in the 21st Century - Using the Atom to Fuel the Future
Every country needs electricity and must find the best ways to generate it. One option is nuclear energy. The IAEA is at hand to assist and guide countries at all stages of a nuclear power programme.

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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 →

2014-02-11 Infrastructure, NENP
  • Powering the Future

    Date: 2014-02-11 | At today's growth rate the United Arab Emirates expects demand for electricity to double by 2020. To meet these demands, the government concluded that nuclear power was the best way forward. View Video →

2014-02-10 Infrastructure, NENP, Engineering
  • Nuclear Power Expansion

    Date: 2014-02-10 | Thirty countries around the world use nuclear power and operate around 440 reactors. Twenty-three of these countries are planning to expand their nuclear power output, with 13 already constructing new units. IAEA nuclear power expert Brian Molloy explains what's driving this expansion. View Video →

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Publications
Meetings 2015
  • 01-03 Sep
    Technical Meeting on Technology Assessment for New Nuclear Power Programmes Read more»
  • 27-30 Oct
    TM on Establishing a National Position for New Nuclear Power Programmes and Pre-Feasibility Studies Read more»
  • 27-30 Oct
    Technical Working Group on Nuclear Power Infrastructure (TWG-NPI)
  • 2-3 Nov
    TM on Lessons Learned from INIR Missions Read more»
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Revised March 2014



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