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IAEA Sees Global Nuclear Power Capacity Growing Through 2030

Nuclear power is projected to continue expanding globally in the coming years, even as the pace of growth slows amid competition from low fossil fuel prices and renewable energy sources, according to an IAEA study released today. Read more...

Nuclear Energy Side Events at the 60th IAEA General Conference

The IAEA Department of Nuclear Energy (NE) will host six side events during the 60th IAEA General Conference (26-30 September 2016). Read more...

Lebanese Hospital Cleared of Disused Radioactive Source with IAEA Support

As part of their efforts to increase nuclear safety and security in Lebanon, the country?s authorities repatriated a disused sealed radioactive source to France with IAEA support last month. Read more...

International Conference on Nuclear Knowledge Management: Q&A with the Scientific Secretary

The IAEA will be hosting the Third International Conference on Nuclear Knowledge Management (NKM) from 7-11 November 2016. We interviewed the IAEA?s top expert on the subject to discuss the importance of NKM, the challenges that countries face in maintaining nuclear knowledge and how the conference will address them. Read more...

NP - IAEA Director General Reports to the Board

IAEA Director General Yukiya Amano today delivered a statement to the Agency's Board of Governors. Mr Amano briefed Member States on issues including nuclear power projections for 2030. Read more...


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Last update: Oct 20, 2016 12:20:12 PM