India is preparing to start building reactors in "fleet" mode from next year, beginning with the first concrete for two 700 MWe pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWRs) at Kaiga in Karnataka.
The first rail transfer of stainless steel drums of waste from the Winfrith Magnox site to Nuclear Waste Services' Low Level Waste Repository site has been completed.
The assessment by WENRA on the safety level at Zaporozhe concludes that even during the two days when three external power lines were down, cooling continued at the nuclear power plant.
The Advanced Test Reactor (ATR) at the US Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory, is preparing to return to service after the completion of an 11-month core overhaul.
Bulgarian Prime Minister Kiril Petkov says he hopes to put "concrete proposals" to Greece within 12 months.
Belgium's federal government has decided to allow Doel 4 and Tihange 3 to continue operating until 2035 in order to allow the country to "strengthen its independence of fossil fuels in turbulent geopolitical times".
The Canadian government is to invest CAD27.2 million (USD21.6 million) in Westinghouse Electric Canada Inc to support its next-generation eVinci microreactor.
The Czech Republic’s Ministry of Industry and Trade has given its approval after completing the safety assessment of the three approved bidders - EDF from France, Westinghouse from the USA and Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power (KHNP).
UK-based innovative reactor developer Newcleo has signed a framework agreement with ENEA - the Italian national agency for new technologies, energy and sustainable economic development.
A consignment of intermediate-level radioactive waste has been safely returned to Australia from the Sellafield plant in the UK.