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International Project on Innovative Nuclear Reactors and Fuel Cycles


Safety of Sodium Cooled Fast Reactors Topic of IAEA-GIF Meeting

Safety of Sodium Cooled Fast Reactors Topic of IAEA-GIF Meeting 2015-06-29 – Experts from Member States, the Generation IV International Forum (GIF), international organizations and the IAEA met in Vienna last week to discuss different aspects of safety for the Generation IV Sodium-Cooled Fast Reactors (SFRs) under development worldwide. Read more...


INPRO Steering Committee Reviews Progress and Concepts for New Activities

INPRO Steering Committee Reviews Progress and Concepts for New Activities 2015-06-17 – At its 23rd meeting, the INPRO Steering reviewed progress on the INPRO Action Plan for 2014-2015 and reviewed initial concepts for new activities proposed for the next planning cycle (2016-2017). The meeting was held at the IAEA from 9 to 11 June 2015. Read more...


Enhancing Cooperation on Spent Fuel and High Level Waste Management

Enhancing Cooperation on Spent Fuel and High Level Waste Management 2015-06-02 – A better understanding of how international cooperation could enhance the management of spent nuclear fuel and high level radioactive waste - the back end of the nuclear fuel cycle - was the focus of a forum held at the IAEA last week. Read more...


INPRO Provides Innovative Training on Nuclear Energy Sustainability

INPRO Provides Innovative Training on Nuclear Energy Sustainability 2015-05-22 – The INPRO Section is providing online training sessions and workshops on nuclear energy sustainability and INPRO's activities for students at all levels, as well as faculty and research staff of nuclear universities and research centres in several Member States. Read more...


Nuclear Innovations for a Low-Carbon Future

Nuclear Innovations for a Low-Carbon Future 2015-05-15 – Addressing the recent International Congress on Advances in Nuclear Power Plants (ICAPP), IAEA Deputy Director General Mikhail Chudakov highlighted the role nuclear power can play in tackling the energy and climate change challenge. Read more...


Nuclear Power After Fukushima: IAEA Projections

Nuclear Power After Fukushima: IAEA Projections 2015-05-15 – In the spring 2015 edition of Harvard College Review of Environment & Society, IAEA Deputy Director General and Head of the Department of Nuclear Energy, Mikhail Chudakov, writes that nuclear power remains an important option for many countries for improving energy security, reducing the impact of volatile fossil-fuel prices and fighting climate change. Read more...


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INPRO Methodology for Sustainability Assessment of NESs: Economics
NE Series NG-T-4.4 (2014)


INPRO Methodology for Sustainability Assessment of NESs: Infrastructure
NE Series NG-T-3.12 (2014)



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