The “novice nuclear country” Belarus chooses a new Russian design VVER-1200 for its debut


I forward this article from BelTa, Belarus News, the Belarusian Telegraph Agency, about the choice of a VVER-1200 or AES-2006 nuclear reactor design for its first nuclear power plant, a design which complies with the European standards and norms of security. The commissioning of the first reactor is scheduled for 2016 or 2017. The Nuclear Power Plant of …

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Nuclear incident in the Arctic Region now explained and officially assigned a 0 on the INES : temporary Reactor shutdown at Kola (Federation of Russia)


I reblog this information originally from the Barents Observer : the water-cooled Reactor No. 4 developing a capacity of 411 MgW automatically disconnected from the Russian electric grid Tuesday morning at the Kola Nuclear Power Plant (KAES in Russian) situated in the Region of Murmansk in the Republic of Karelia. The article did not mention …

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Quand la “Civilisation de l’Énergie” s’adresse à l’homme d’après demain


Projection du documentaire "Into Eternity" de Michael Madsen (Danemark) suivi du court-métrage "DemocraCity" de Mark Clare (Irlande), samedi 7 novembre 2015 à l'Institut Finlandais de Paris L’Institut Finlandais de Paris proposait dans son auditorium le samedi 7 novembre 2015, en partenariat avec le Centre Culturel Irlandais de Paris, une projection du documentaire « Into Eternity » (2010) …

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