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International Nuclear Energy Research Initiative: fiscal year 2012 annual report
International Nuclear Energy Research Initiative: fiscal year 2012 annual report

12th August 2013

Topic(s): Nuclear energy

This International Nuclear Energy Research Initiative, or I-NERI, annual report provides information on how research and development efforts are collectively helping to establish a solid foundation for advanced nuclear technologies in the United States.

The I-NERI 2012 Annual Report provides an update on I-NERI accomplishments achieved during Fiscal Year (FY) 2012, including final activities and findings of completed projects and comprehensive progress summaries of ongoing projects.

 

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World energy perspective: nuclear energy one year after Fukushima
World energy perspective: nuclear energy one year after Fukushima

13th March 2012

Topic(s): Nuclear energy

The incident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant—the result of a devastating earthquake and subsequent tsunami on March 11, 2011—has re-invigorated the debate about how to meet the world’s growing demands for energy and the contribution of nuclear power to the global energy mix.

This World Energy Council report demonstrates that the Fukushima accident has not so far led to a significant retraction in nuclear power programmes in countries outside Europe, except Japan itself. In Europe, changes in nuclear policies have only taken place in Germany, Switzerland, and Italy. Progress in many national programmes, especially in non-OECD countries, has been delayed, but there is no indication that their pursuit of nuclear power has declined in response to Fukushima.

 

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