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Belgian watchdog finds no new fissures in Tihange 2 tank

Belgium's nuclear regulator declared on Friday it had found no signs of new fissures in the central tank of the Tihange 2 reactor, which had previously stopped production for years.

read more... 05/05/2017


Lobby groups oppose the extension of France's Flamanville nuclear reactor

A legal challenge has been filed by several activists together with the French prime minister's office against the extension of Flamanville nuclear reactor in northern France. Greenpeace and other anti-nuclear groups started the move as a response to security concerns, being a precursor to their challenge elevation to the State Council.

read more... 19/04/2017


France: 1.8GW Fessenheim nuclear power reactor decommissioned by 2020

The French administration inked a decree to stop power generation by its oldest nuclear reactor - the 1.8GW Fessenheim - by April 2020.

read more... 12/04/2017


EDF makes progress on nuclear agreements in South Africa and India

French based company EDF makes progress in negotiating nuclear deals with India, South Africa and other countries, concerning the export of nuclear reactors.

read more... 31/03/2017


European Commission approves Belgium nuclear reactors

The European Commission stated last week that Belgium government’s support to keep running the three nuclear power reactors which are under the administration of Engie subsidiary Electrabel and EDF Belgium is in agreement with EU state aid regulations.

read more... 21/03/2017