HomeActueelCentral Asia commits to affordable and clean energy
Terug naar het actueel overzicht

Central Asia commits to affordable and clean energy

20 september 2019

Energy ministers from across Central Asia today committed their countries to collaborating on meeting the United Nations' seventh Sustainable Development Goal, which pledges 'affordable and clean energy' by 2030. The meeting is the first time they have come together to discuss the region's common energy challenges.

Bron: World Nuclear News
Terug naar het actueel overzicht

Gerelateerde artikelen

Artikel
Korea, Saudi Arabia to cooperate on SMART deployment
(Shutterstock)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 20 september 2019
Artikel
Rooppur on schedule for 2023 operation
(Fotocredit: © ASE - Rosatom)
Bron: NucNet | 20 september 2019
Artikel
Duke Energy announces plans to extend pperation nuclear fleet
(Fotocredit: ©Duke Energy)
Bron: NucNet | 20 september 2019
Artikel
A new journey for cancer control: conclusions of the IAEA Scientific Forum
Leading experts and dignitaries came together this week to review the IAEA’s diverse assistance to countries in the fight against cancer in the last decade and to consider how this can be maximized in the coming years.
Bron: IAEA | 19 september 2019
Artikel
Final flask of nuclear fuel shipped from North Wales site
The final flask of nuclear fuel has been shipped from the Wylfa Site on Anglesey, North Wales, to Sellafield in Cumbria, marking a major decommissioning milestone for the UK nuclear industry, the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority said.

Wylfa was the last and largest of the UK’s Magnox nuclear powe
Bron: NucNet | 19 september 2019
Artikel
Leiding Tepco vrijgesproken van nalatigheid Fukushimaramp
Drie oud-bestuurders van de kerncentrale in het Japanse Fukushima zijn door een rechtbank vrijgesproken. Ze waren aangeklaagd voor nalatigheid bij de kernramp in 2011 waarbij grote hoeveelheden straling vrijkwamen.
Bron: NOS Buitenland | 19 september 2019
Artikel
Collective knowledge, experience of international organizations support new nuclear power programmes
As countries work toward Sustainable Development Goal 7 to ensure access to energy for all, many opt to include nuclear power in their energy mix.
Bron: IAEA | 19 september 2019
Artikel
Youth in nuclear: engaging the next generation of leaders
Encouraging young people to pursue careers in nuclear science and technology can help countries maximize the benefits of atomic energy for development; however, many countries, particularly developing countries, often face challenges with youth engagement.
Bron: IAEA | 18 september 2019
Artikel
Historische mijlpaal bereikt in onderzoek naar gesmolten zout in Hoge Flux Reactor
Eind deze zomer is een historische mijlpaal bereikt met het succesvol afronden van een testbestraling van gesmolten splijtstofzouten in de Hoge Flux Reactor in Petten; de eerste bestraling in zijn soort sinds het onderzoek in de Verenigde Staten in de jaren ‘60. Dergelijke testbestralingen zijn cruc
Bron: NRG | 18 september 2019
Artikel
From Einstein's idea to IAEA headquarters: experts discuss quantum technology and ion beam Aaccelerators
The first quantum revolution resulted in the development of the personal computer, lasers, LED lighting, even GPS and the Internet. Scientists are now developing new techniques for quantum technologies using tools like ion beam accelerators to help usher in the second quantum revolution.
Bron: IAEA | 18 september 2019
Artikel
NICE Future Initiative encourages integrated approach
Nuclear and renewable generation should be used in combination to make the most of their synergies in integrated systems to help the world meet carbon reduction goals and limit temperature rise, leaders from governmental and non-governmental organisations and industry said yesterday. Innovative nucl
Bron: World Nuclear News | 18 september 2019
Artikel
IAEA Scientific Forum 2019 - Cancer Control
The importance of nuclear science in controlling cancer was the theme of this year’s IAEA Scientific Forum - with a major plan announced to raise funding for women's cancers. 
Bron: IAEA | 18 september 2019
Artikel
French-developed SMR design unveiled
A new small modular reactor (SMR) design has been announced by the French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission, EDF, Naval Group and TechnicAtome. The Nuward - with a capacity of 300-400 MWe - has been jointly developed using France's experience in pressurised water reactors.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 17 september 2019
Artikel
A changing nuclear industry creates opportunities for attracting women
Awareness raising, mentoring and networking initiatives, and changing the narrative can help attract and retain qualified women to science and the nuclear industry in particular, participants heard today at a panel discussion about ‘Gender Equality and the Workplace.
Bron: IAEA | 17 september 2019
Artikel
Final testing complete as Russian unit nears commercial operation
Unit 2 of the Novovoronezh 2 nuclear power station in southwest Russia has completed 15 days of final acceptance testing, state owned nuclear operator Rosenergoatom said.

Rosenergoatom said the Generation III+ VVER-1200 unit is now technically ready for commercial operation pending final approval f
Bron: NucNet | 17 september 2019
Artikel
New IAEA laboratory named after late DG Yukiya Amano
(Fotocredit: Dean Calma/IAEA)
Bron: IAEA | 16 september 2019
Artikel
Four countries join to strengthen nuclear safety and security
(Fotocredit: D. Calma/IAEA)
Bron: IAEA | 16 september 2019
Artikel
IAEA and ASEAN strengthen cooperation
The use of nuclear science and technology for peaceful purposes is to become more widespread in Southeast Asia following the signing today of Practical Arrangements between the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
Bron: World Nuclear News | 16 september 2019
Artikel
IAEA: improve Canada's radioactive waste management policy
Canada is committed to strengthening its regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety, but the government should improve the policy and strategy for radioactive waste management, an International Atomic Energy Agency team said.

The Integrated Regulatory Review Service (IRRS) team also said
Bron: NucNet | 16 september 2019
Artikel
Russia's floating plant reaches final destination
(Fotocredit: ©Rosatom)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 16 september 2019
Artikel
IAEA's Feruta thanks Members States for 'steadfast support'
The last few months have been a testing time for the International Atomic Energy Agency, but with the "steadfast support" of its 171 Member States and the dedication of its excellent staff, it has demonstrated strength and resilience in continuing to fulfil its responsibilities, Cornel Feruta, actin
Bron: World Nuclear News | 16 september 2019
Artikel
IAEA concludes operational safety Review Koeberg power plant
(Shutterstock)
Bron: IAEA | 16 september 2019
Artikel
IAEA mission recognizes Canada’s commitment to safety, sees areas for enhancement
An International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) team of experts said Canada is committed to strengthening its regulatory framework for nuclear and radiation safety. The team also noted areas for further enhancement.
Bron: IAEA | 13 september 2019
Artikel
Leningrad II-2 fitted with dummy assemblies ahead of March fuel loading
A full set of dummy fuel assemblies has been loaded into unit 2 of the Leningrad II nuclear power plant under construction in western Russia. The equipment, which replicates the design of standard fuel assemblies by the weight, size and materials of which they are made, but without nuclear fuel, is
Bron: World Nuclear News | 13 september 2019
Artikel
20 year milestone: peer review service for emergency preparedness
A review service assessing emergency preparedness for nuclear and radiological emergencies in countries around the world is 20 years old this year. Itcontinues to generate interest from Member States, who invite IAEA experts and other peers to assess their preparedness and response plans.
Bron: IAEA | 12 september 2019
Artikel
IAEA report says global power demand requires large increase in nuclear
Without a significant increase in the deployment of nuclear power, it will be difficult for the world to secure sufficient energy to achieve sustainable development and to mitigate climate change, Mikhail Chudakov, deputy director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency said today on annou
Bron: World Nuclear News | 11 september 2019
Artikel
UK to host United Nations climate change summit
The UK has won the bid to host the 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26). It will host the main COP summit while Italy will host preparatory events. Up to 30,000 delegates are expected to attend the summit, which will be held at Glasgow's Scottish Events Campus in December next year.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 11 september 2019
Artikel
UAE Barakah One company and Kepco to explore new nuclear projects
Barakah One Company has signed a memorandum of understanding with Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco) laying out a general framework to explore opportunities for collaboration in new nuclear energy markets.

Barakah One, a subsidiary of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec), said the t
Bron: NucNet | 11 september 2019

Gerelateerde artikelen