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  • Japanese team extracts elements from vitrified waste


    Japan's Toshiba Energy Systems & Solutions Corporation has developed oxidation-reduction (redox) treatment technology that enables certain elements to be extracted from vitrified high-level radioactive waste. The technology will allow for the reuse of those elements and a reduction in the volume of high-level waste to be disposed of.

  • New England commits to value of nuclear


    As two Connecticut utilities sign a contract assuring the continued operation of the Millstone nuclear power plant, the governors of the six states making up the region of New England have issued a document outlining their commitment to cooperate to maintain clean energy facilities including nuclear.

  • South Africa needs holistic approach to energy, says energy minister


    South Africa must consider nuclear as a clean energy source that can be part of its electricity generation mix, Energy Minister Jeff Radebe said yesterday in his keynote speech at a business awards ceremony.

  • French, US regulators expand cooperation


    France's Institute for Radiological Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN) and the US Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) have signed an agreement to cooperate in emergency preparedness.

  • TRISO project clears first phase of loan guarantee process


    The US Department of Energy (DOE) Loan Programs Office has invited X-energy to submit the second part of its application for a loan guarantee for the construction of a facility to fabricate TRISO-X fuel.

  • India, USA document their commitment to new build


    India and the USA have committed to strengthen bilateral security and civil nuclear cooperation, including the establishment of six US-designed nuclear power plants in India.

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