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
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
The availability of competencies in the labour market of nuclear energy is under considerable stress due to its phasing out in some countries and political attitudes towards the sector. If you are relevant to the field, please participate in the survey conducted by the H2020 - GRE@T-PIONEeR project which aims at securing the availability of
The Horizon 2020 SHARE project, focusing on creating a roadmap for research in decommissioning, will hold an online workshop from 1 to 3 December 2020. This online event will be an opportunity to discover the first results of the project, the methodology used and the next steps; to coordinate with other international initiatives; and to
A series of nuclear projects funded under the Horizon 2020 Euratom programme and labelled by one of SNETP pillars (NUGENIA, ESNII & NC2I) have recently kicked off (see list below). Project factsheets with detailed information on each of the projects will be added to the SNETP portfolio page in the upcoming weeks.
METIS Press release - EDF Group leads on METIS project that assesses the seismic risk of Nuclear Power Plants The methods and tools innovations for seismic risk assessment (METIS) Horizon 2020 project has been officially launched after a recent virtual kick off meeting. It aims to improve confidence in nuclear safety by advancing the approach
The GEMINI Horizon 2020 project in collaboration with SNETP pillar, NC2I, will hold its final workshop virtually on 25 November 2020. The half-day online event will address the contribution of High Temperature Reactors (HTR) to deep decarbonisation. The workshop will be composed of the following three panels: Panel 1: The global picture: the role of
The MEACTOS project, dedicated to improving the safety and reliability of Generation II and III nuclear power plants, has issued its first newsletter. Click HERE to access the April 2020 MEACTOS newsletter!