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JRC concludes nuclear does not cause significant harm

In March 2021 the Joint Research Centre (JRC) published the technical assessment of nuclear energy with respect to the 'do no significant harm' criteria of Regulation (EU) 2020/852 ('Taxonomy Regulation') which concludes that "there is no science-based evidence that nuclear energy does more harm to human health or to the environment than other electricity production

2021-04-07T18:44:57+02:00April 7th, 2021|European news|0 Comments

The 5th NARSIS project newsletter is out!

The New Approach to Reactor Safety Improvements (NARSIS) Horizon 2020 project aims to bring sound contributions to the safety assessment methodologies focusing on external natural events such as earthquake, tsunami, flooding, high-speed winds, etc. On 9 & 12 April 2021, the NARSIS project will hold a virtual workshop "Training on Probabilistic Safety Assessment for Nuclear

2021-03-15T18:41:25+01:00March 15th, 2021|Projects news|0 Comments

SNETP FORUM 2021 Proceedings

SNETP has published the proceedings of the 2021 FORUM that gathered over 630 participants to discuss innovation R&D in civil nuclear fission. The SNETP FORUM 2021 consisted of a plenary session in which SNETP's strategy and the vision of its three pillars were presented, followed by a panel discussion to exchange views on the resilience

2021-04-06T10:22:46+02:00March 14th, 2021|Events, SNETP news|0 Comments

SNETP FORUM 2021 – Nuclear, an industry of the future

The SNETP FORUM 2021 was held on 2-4 February in a virtual format. Over 630 participants, not only from all European countries but also from Japan, USA, Canada, Ukraine, and Argentina, were actively involved during the three-day event dedicated to innovation R&D in civil nuclear fission. Plenary  SNETP President, Bernard Salha (EDF), officially launched the

2021-02-26T17:22:45+01:00February 25th, 2021|SNETP news|0 Comments

New European H2020 EURATOM research project: INNO4GRAPH

Press release Paris, 10 February 2021 INNO4GRAPH: INNOvative tools FOR dismantling of GRAPHite moderated nuclear reactors What are the most optimal ways to dismantle graphite reactors? What remote tools can help operators to safely remove radioactive graphite? What solutions will be the most cost-efficient for dismantling operations in reactors of such complexity and dimension? These

2021-02-15T17:43:59+01:00February 15th, 2021|Projects news|0 Comments

SNETP and FORATOM meet with the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth

On Friday 29 January 2021, SNETP and FORATOM participated in a virtual meeting with the European Commissioner for Innovation, Research, Culture, Education and Youth, Mariya Gabriel to exchange on the challenges and opportunities of nuclear energy. Bernard Salha,  President of SNETP and Yves Desbazeille, Director General of FORATOM, presented some key facts about the nuclear

2021-03-01T11:00:26+01:00February 9th, 2021|European news, SNETP news|0 Comments

SNETP position paper – Consultation on the implementation of Euratom funded research and training

In January 2021 SNETP answered the European Commission's online questionnaire on Euratom-funded nuclear research. The survey aims to gather feedback from research stakeholders, Member States and other interested parties on research and training in nuclear safety, waste management, radiation protection and fusion energy. The results will serve as basis for the preparation of the Euratom Research and

2021-01-26T18:13:51+01:00January 26th, 2021|European news, SNETP news|0 Comments

Consultation on the implementation of Euratom-funded research

The European Commission has launched an online questionnaire to gather feedback on Euratom-funded nuclear research from research stakeholders, Member States and other interested parties on research and training in nuclear safety, waste management, radiation protection and fusion energy. The survey results will serve as basis for the preparation of the Euratom Research and Training Programme

2021-01-12T19:05:48+01:00January 12th, 2021|European news|0 Comments

NARSIS project newsletter

The New Approach to Reactor Safety Improvements (NARSIS) Horizon 2020 project aims to bring sound contributions to the safety assessment methodologies focusing on external natural events such as earthquake, tsunami, flooding, high-speed winds, etc. The NARSIS consortium brings together 18 organisations from 10 different European countries. Download NARSIS 4th newsletter here to find out more

2021-01-26T18:12:28+01:00December 18th, 2020|Projects news|0 Comments

PREDIS project newsletter

The Predisposal Management of Radioactive Waste (PREDIS) Horizon 2020 project targets the development and improvement of activities for the characterisation, processing, storage and acceptance of intermediate- and low-level (ILW/LLW) radioactive waste streams. The project is being carried out by a consortium of 47 partners from 17 countries and is coordinated by VTT Technical Research Centre

2020-12-18T08:42:07+01:00December 14th, 2020|Projects news|0 Comments
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