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The OFFERR project is officially launched!

The EU funded project OFFERR, set to last for four years, will support SNETP in establishing an operational scheme facilitating access to key nuclear science infrastructures for R&D experts through financial grants provided by this EURATOM project. On 8 September, OFFERR officially launched its activities at the occasion of its kick off meeting held in

2022-09-19T18:20:48+02:00September 19th, 2022|Projects news, SNETP news|0 Comments

ENIQ technical report on Maintenance of Inspection Qualifications pending Changes of Input Data is now available

The ENIQ technical report nº 68 on Maintenance of Inspection Qualifications pending Changes of Input Data is now available. The European Methodology for Inspection Qualification consists of a framework to enable each country to establish its own detailed practices to match the specific national requirements (regulatory, plant type, resources, etc.). This report documents a benchmark

2022-09-21T15:10:40+02:00July 21st, 2022|SNETP news|Comments Off on ENIQ technical report on Maintenance of Inspection Qualifications pending Changes of Input Data is now available

NDE in Nuclear 2023

The Sustainable Nuclear Energy Technology Plaform (SNETP) is pleased to announce the second edition of the international conference Non-Destructive Examination (NDE) in Nuclear, to be held at Cutlers Hall and the Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (NAMRC) in Sheffield, UK from June 27-29, 2023. NDE in Nuclear 2023 will build upon the success of the

2022-09-21T13:27:28+02:00July 20th, 2022|Events|0 Comments

Proceedings from the ERMSAR 2022 conference

SNETP has published the 2022 proceedings of the ERMSAR 2022 conference. The event gathered 118 participants (more than 100 in person!) from nearly 50 organizations settled in 21 countries worldwide (EU, USA, Republic of Korea, Brazil, Japan, India). 60 papers were presented and nine more were exhibited in the posters stand, among which two were

2022-06-26T08:00:34+02:00June 26th, 2022|Events, SNETP news|0 Comments

Call for joining the European User Facility Network

The SNETP association, with the support of the Euratom Programme has initiated the creation of the European User Facility Network (EUFN). The EUFN network will gather EU based research infrastructures that can offer facilities, capacities and equipment relevant to nuclear R&D (technology development, radiation protection, health, digital, modelling, decommissioning, etc.) The aim of the EUFN

2022-06-26T07:44:11+02:00June 15th, 2022|SNETP news|0 Comments

SNETP Forum 2022 – Presentations and proceedings available

The SNETP FORUM is an annual event gathering organised by SNETP. The event, which took place on 2 June in Lyon, France and was held within the framework of the FISA and EURADWASTE 10th Euratom conferences on Reactor Safety & Radioactive Waste Management gathered over 300 SNETP participants to discuss innovation R&D in civil

2022-07-28T16:28:04+02:00June 13th, 2022|Events, SNETP news|0 Comments

NARSIS project newsletter

The New Approach to Reactor Safety ImprovementS (NARSIS) Newsletter has been sent, as the project is coming to an end. NARSIS is a Horizon 2020 funded project whose aim is to create new safety assessment methodologies for power plants especially regarding external natural events such as earthquakes, tsunami or floods. Download their 6th Newsletter and

2022-05-30T18:03:41+02:00May 30th, 2022|Projects news|0 Comments

SNETP reacts to the leaked draft of the complementary Delegated Act of the EU Taxonomy Regulation

In January 2022, the draft of the complementary Delegated Act (CDA) of the EU Taxonomy Regulation that the European Commission sent to Member States Experts Group on Sustainable Finance and the Platform on Sustainable Finance for consultation was leaked. This draft document recognised nuclear energy as a main contributor to the decarbonisation of the EU's economy. SNETP

2022-01-24T10:40:50+01:00January 24th, 2022|European news|0 Comments
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