HomeActueelIran zegt nucleair akkoord deels op
Terug naar het actueel overzicht

Iran zegt nucleair akkoord deels op

8 mei 2019

Iran trekt zich deels terug uit het atoomakkoord van 2015. Volgens staatspersbureau Isna heeft president Rohani zijn besluit bekendgemaakt in brieven aan de Europese Unie, Duitsland, Frankrijk, Groot-Brittanniƫ, Rusland en China.

Al die partijen waren betrokken bij de deal, waarin werd afgesproken dat Iran het verrijken van uranium zou beperken in ruil voor het opheffen van economische sancties.

De stap van Rohani komt precies een jaar nadat de Verenigde Staten zich terugtrokken uit het akkoord. De VS voerde de sancties tegen Iran daarna weer in.

Bron: NOS Buitenland
Terug naar het actueel overzicht

Gerelateerde artikelen

Artikel
Quarterly uranium output decreases in Kazakhstan and USA
Kazatomprom's uranium production for the first quarter of 2019 was 4% down from the same period in 2018 as the Kazakh company continues with its plan to reduce production. Meanwhile, US uranium production for the quarter was 74% down from 2018.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 3 mei 2019
Artikel
Advanced fuel for Calvert Cliffs
Framatome, the French fuel and technology company said "two full fuel assemblies" of its Enhanced Accident Tolerant Fuel would be loaded at Exelon's Calvert Cliffs plant in the US in February 2021.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 3 mei 2019
Artikel
"Electricity from micro reactors will cost less than diesel generators"
3 May (NucNet): The cost to generate electricity from the first micro reactor will be less than the same costs for diesel generators at between $0.14/kWh and $0.41/kWh, the Washington-based Nuclear Energy Institute says in a report.
Bron: NucNet | 3 mei 2019
Artikel
UK generates usable electricity from americium
The UK's National Nuclear Laboratory and University of Leicester have generated usable electricity from the chemical element americium in what it believes to be a global first. The achievement is seen as a step towards potential use of americium in so-called space batteries, which may mean future sp
Bron: World Nuclear News | 3 mei 2019
Artikel
UK scientists generate electricity from rare element to power future space missions
Experts have generated electricity from a rare chemical element for the first time which may mean future space missions can be powered for up to 400 years.
Bron: National Nuclear Laboratory | 3 mei 2019
Artikel
French bill delays nuclear reduction by 10 years
France will delay its planned reduction in the share of nuclear power its electricity mix to 50% from the current 2025 target to 2035 under a draft energy and climate bill. The bill was presented to the Council of Ministers by Minister for an Ecological and Solidarity Transition François de Rugy on
Bron: World Nuclear News | 2 mei 2019
Artikel
UK must set zero-emissions target for 2050 and use low-carbon nuclear
2 May (NucNet): The UK government must immediately set a legally binding target to cut greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050 with a fourfold increase in renewable energy complemented by “firm low-carbon power options” such as nuclear power, its official advisers have said.
Bron: NucNet | 2 mei 2019
Artikel
Nuclear’s contribution In Europe will fall without policy changes, says IEA Head
Dr Birol, the Executive Director of the IEA (left), meeting with Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babiš. (Photograph: IEA)
Bron: NucNet | 1 mei 2019
Artikel
US NRC set to certify APR-1400 reactor design
(foto: ©Korea Shin-Kori NPP)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 1 mei 2019
Artikel
France plans to delay shutdown of some nuclear plants by 10 years
1 May (NucNet): France will delay by 10 years the shutdown of some of its nuclear power plants in order to fulfil president Emmanuel Macron’s aim of making the country carbon-neutral by 2050, the government said on Tuesday.
Bron: NucNet | 1 mei 2019
Artikel
Safety key to long term operation Armenia’s nuclear power plant
(foto: Office of the President of Armenia - CC BY 2.0)
Bron: IAEA | 30 april 2019
Artikel
New training facility ready for Bruce refurbishment
The opening of a training facility signals an important step in mobilising Bruce Power's Major Component Replacement project, the Canadian company has announced. The work is due to begin at Bruce unit 6 early next year.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 29 april 2019
Artikel
TVEL outlines innovation in nuclear fuel
TVEL, the nuclear fuel subsidiary of Russian state nuclear corporation Rosatom, is working on a 'dual-component' approach to closing the nuclear fuel cycle, as well as accident-tolerant fuel and innovations in fuel for VVER units.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 29 april 2019
Artikel
Cold testing at Chinese Hualong One unit
(foto: ©testing / Shutterstock.com)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 29 april 2019
Artikel
Start remedial work Kyrgyzstan uranium sites
29 Apr (NucNet): A grant agreement signed between the Kyrgyz authorities and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development has “set the stage” for the start of remedial work at two uranium legacy sites in Kyrgyzstan – part of a wider plan to deal with the harmful legacy of Soviet-era uranium
Bron: NucNet | 29 april 2019
Artikel
Study highlights nuclear’s value to EU employment
The European nuclear industry sustains more than 1.1 million jobs in the EU and generates more than half a trillion euros in GDP, according to a new study by Deloitte released yesterday. The study was commissioned by the European nuclear trade association Foratom to assess the contribution of the nu
Bron: World Nuclear News | 26 april 2019
Artikel
Gösgen-Däniken awards safety system upgrade contract
(foto: ch-info.ch (cc by sa 3.0)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 26 april 2019
Artikel
Nuclear is the key to hybrid energy systems
Halting climate change demands rapid and deep decarbonisation of energy systems, which go far beyond the electricity grid, Rauli Partanen, CEO of Think Atom told delegates at the Atomexpo conference held in Sochi, Russia last week. In a roundtable discussion - What mix of nuclear and renewables can
Bron: World Nuclear News | 25 april 2019
Artikel
Second Korean APR-1400 connected to grid
(foto: © Korea Kori NPP)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 25 april 2019
Artikel
Study shows ‘Widespread economic benefits’ European nuclear energy industry
25 Apr (NucNet): The European nuclear industry sustains more than 1.1 million jobs in the EU and generates more than half a trillion euros in GDP, according to a study released today by Deloitte and the Brussels-based nuclear industry group Foratom.
Bron: NucNet | 25 april 2019
Artikel
Russia expects operating licence floating plant
(foto: ©Rosenergoatom)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 24 april 2019
Artikel
Why nuclear is an environmentalist's story
(Michael Shellenberger tijdens Nuclear Pride in Amsterdam)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 24 april 2019
Artikel
Dounreay decommissioning framework contracts awarded
Dounreay Site Restoration Limited has awarded six framework contracts - potentially worth up to a combined GBP400 million (USD 518 million) - for decommissioning services at the Dounreay site in Scotland.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 24 april 2019
Artikel
Viewpoint: A long future for France’s nuclear fleet?
France set out its energy transition roadmap in the recently proposed PPE plan. Included are challenging targets to gradually reduce the country's reliance on nuclear generation. Pierre George, senior director, and Claire Mauduit-Le Clercq, director, EMEA Utilities at S&P Global Ratings, explain the
Bron: World Nuclear News | 23 april 2019
Artikel
Minerals council calls for end to ‘Discriminatory Treatment’ of nuclear In australia
23 Apr (NucNet): The Minerals Council of Australia has said the time has come to end the discriminatory treatment of nuclear energy by repealing the ban on new plants.
Bron: NucNet | 23 april 2019
Artikel
South Korea starts up second APR-1400
(foto: © Korea Kori NPP)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 18 april 2019
Artikel
China uprates its oldest reactor
(foto: Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 17 april 2019
Artikel
Rosatom forges more links with nuclear newcomers
(foto: ©Rosatom)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 16 april 2019
Artikel
Ontario meets first refurbishment target
(Foto: ©OPG)
Bron: World Nuclear News | 16 april 2019
Artikel
Ohio lawmakers introduce clean energy bill
A draft law that would provide clean energy credits to zero-emission power producers, including nuclear plants, has been introduced to the Ohio legislature. Meanwhile, the US Supreme Court has rejected appeals challenging zero emissions credit programmes in Illinois and New York.
Bron: World Nuclear News | 16 april 2019

Gerelateerde artikelen

Kazatomprom's uranium production for the first quarter of 2019 was 4% down from the same period in 2018 as the Kazakh company continues with its plan to reduce production. Meanwhile, US uranium production for the quarter was 74% down from 2018.
Framatome, the French fuel and technology company said "two full fuel assemblies" of its Enhanced Accident Tolerant Fuel would be loaded at Exelon's Calvert Cliffs plant in the US in February 2021.
3 May (NucNet): The cost to generate electricity from the first micro reactor will be less than the same costs for diesel generators at between $0.14/kWh and $0.41/kWh, the Washington-based Nuclear Energy Institute says in a report.