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IAEA Issues Revised Guidance Document for Countries Introducing Nuclear Power

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. Read more...

IAEA Reviews Kenya's Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development

Along with an examination of the state of worldwide nuclear-related developments last year, the IAEA Annual Report 2014 provides a comprehensive look at the Agency's activities over the course of the year. Read more...

From visionary intent to innovative action: Implementing the Africa Mining Vision

More than 40 experts from 20 IAEA Member States across the African region met in Arusha, Tanzania to identify how to foster the African Mining Vision's objective in the coming years. Read more...

IAEA Reviews Kenya's Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development

An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts has concluded an 8-day mission to review infrastructure development for a nuclear power programme in Kenya. The Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) was carried at the invitation of the Kenyan Government. Read more...

French version of Climate Change and Nuclear Power 2014 now available

Ahead of the UN Climate Change Conference, including COP 21, the IAEA released the French version of its scientific assessment of nuclear power's role in meeting the climate-energy challenge. Confirming nuclear's low carbon emissions, the report also examines related issues such as costs, investments, financing, safety, waste management, non-proliferation, resource supply, changes in energy markets and technological developments. Read more...

IAEA Starts Reviewing Kenya's Nuclear Power Infrastructure Development

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 8-day Integrated Nuclear Infrastructure Review (INIR) mission is conducted upon invitation by the Government of Kenya. Read more...


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