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Russia and Rwanda to cooperate in nuclear power

Russia and Rwanda have signed an intergovernmental agreement on cooperation in the use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. It was signed today in Moscow by Alexey Likhachov, director general of Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom, and Claver Gatete, Rwandan minister of infrastructure.

read more... 06/12/2018


Russia, Argentina sign agreement on nuclear cooperation

Russia and Argentina signed a strategic document, envisaging improved cooperation in the peaceful use of nuclear energy, said Russian company Rosatom on Sunday.

read more... 03/12/2018


Macron clarifies French energy plans

A total of 14 power reactors will be shut down in order to reduce the share of nuclear in France's electricity generation mix from the current 75% to 50% by 2035, President Emmanuel Macron announced today.

read more... 28/11/2018


Poland to diversify mix with nuclear energy, offshore wind under draft policy

Poland’s energy ministry released on Friday a draft energy policy to 2040, under which the share of coal power is expected to decrease to 60% in 2030 from over 78% in 2017 with the help of new sources like offshore wind and nuclear energy.

read more... 27/11/2018


Poland sees first nuclear power production after 2030

Poland expects its first nuclear power plant to start operating after 2030 as the country aims to cut its use of coal in producing electricity, Deputy Environment Minister Michal Kurtyka said.

read more... 21/11/2018