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SNETP Forum 2023

The 2023 SNETP Forum The SNETP Association is organising the 2023 edition of the SNETP Forum. The aim of the event will be to discuss and analyse recent technological innovations in the field of SMRs, AMR and advanced nuclear, safety, waste management & recycling, non-electricity applications, LTO and improved NPP operation, fuel elements

2023-02-03T11:48:07+01:00January 25th, 2023|SNETP at events, SNETP news|Comments Off on SNETP Forum 2023

DELISA-LTO project Newsletter #1

The DELISA-LTO project's first newsletter was issued in January 2022. With a focus on DEscription of the extended LIfetime and its influence on the SAfety, with general overview of the DELISA-LTO project, the newsletter describes the project's objectives, involved partners and work packages. You can also learn more about the first performed activities within the

2023-01-18T09:44:59+01:00January 18th, 2023|SNETP news|Comments Off on DELISA-LTO project Newsletter #1

PREDIS Newsletter #5 2022

With its halfway point reached, the PREDIS (Predisposal Management of Radioactive Waste) project has issued its 5th Newsletter in December 2022. Learn more about the project's annual workshop, all work package activities as well as their most recent publications. Discover the full newsletter here! To learn more about PREDIS, head over to the project's page

2023-01-03T13:53:49+01:00December 19th, 2022|SNETP news|Comments Off on PREDIS Newsletter #5 2022

NC2I Newsletter 2022: The Pillar’s latest news

The Nuclear Cogeneration Industrial Initiative (NC2I) has issued its brand new Newsletter in December 2022. The newsletter gives some insights on national projects in Europe such as the Status of the Polish Government on High-temperature gas reactor (HTGR) and the UK Advanced Modular Reactor (AMR) Research, Development and Demonstration Programme. Participation in Nuclear valley and

2023-01-03T13:53:44+01:00December 16th, 2022|SNETP news|Comments Off on NC2I Newsletter 2022: The Pillar’s latest news

SNETP Exchanges with Key Czech Stakeholders on Current Nuclear Activities

On 7 November 2022, SNETP President, Vice-President and GB members had the pleasure to exchange with key Czech stakeholders on current nuclear activities in Czech Republic and potential cooperation opportunities with SNETP counterparts. Just a few days before the SET-Plan conference 2022 and the European Nuclear Energy Forum 2022 both held in Prague as

2023-01-25T11:32:48+01:00December 7th, 2022|SNETP at events, SNETP news|Comments Off on SNETP Exchanges with Key Czech Stakeholders on Current Nuclear Activities

ETIPs Forum – Position Paper & recommendations for the SET Plan review process

Discover the first position paper and recommendations for the SET Plan review process to which SNETP contributed. Following the ongoing review process of the Strategic Energy Technology Plan (SET Plan), the European Technology and Innovation Platforms (ETIPs), including SNETP, have drafted a position paper to inform the European Commission and other stakeholders involved in the process,

2023-01-25T11:33:53+01:00November 16th, 2022|SNETP at events, SNETP news|Comments Off on ETIPs Forum – Position Paper & recommendations for the SET Plan review process

Launch of the NDE in Nuclear Conference 2023 Website

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, has launched its new website. The conference will be held over two and half days. Following the opening plenary session, three parallel

2022-11-16T17:36:47+01:00November 14th, 2022|SNETP news|Comments Off on Launch of the NDE in Nuclear Conference 2023 Website

The SEAKNOT Project has officially been launched!

The kick-off meeting of SEvere Accident Research and Knowledge ManagemenT (SEAKNOT) for LWRS  project took place in Madrid, from 3 to 5 October 2022, at CIEMAT’s headquarters. This project, funded by the Horizon Europe EURATOM 2027 programme, is led by CIEMAT, and constituted by 17 well-known organisations from 10 countries: UPM (Spain); IRSN, CEA and

2022-12-07T09:59:04+01:00October 6th, 2022|Projects news, SNETP news|Comments Off on The SEAKNOT Project has officially been launched!

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

2022-09-27T08:03:27+02:00September 19th, 2022|Projects news, SNETP news|Comments Off on The OFFERR project is officially launched!
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