Russia is set to start the construction of two nuclear reactors in Iran next week, according to a report.
It is part of Tehran's aim to reduce its reliance on oil and gas with 20 facilities over the coming
UAE’s Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) has commenced the construction activity for the country’s fourth nuclear energy reactor at Barakah, a nuclear plant site.
With this, Barakah becomes the world’s leading
The first of four reactors being built at the United Arab Emirates' Barakah nuclear power plant is 61 per cent complete and on track to start up in 2017, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp (ENEC) said on Monday.
The $20 billion Bara
Iran is prepared to modify its planned Arak heavy water reactor to help allay Western concerns, its nuclear energy chief said in published remarks that could be the first such suggestion by a senior Iranian official.
Saudi Arabia plans to build sixteen 17-gigawatt nuclear reactors at a total cost of around $100 billion, said a report.
The plants will take nine years to 11 years to complete and the first will start operations by 2020, said the
Russia said on Wednesday that a military strike on Syria could have catastrophic effects if a missile hit a small reactor near Damascus that contains radioactive uranium.
The Foreign Ministry called on the UN nuclear agency to urg
Significant progress was made last year in strengthening nuclear safety around the world, the UN atomic watchdog said in its annual review, despite the "challenge" posed by a large number of ageing reactors.
Experts judged on Wednesday that a reactor on Japan's west coast is located on ground at high risk of an earthquake, setting in motion a process that will likely lead to the first permanent shutdown of a nuclear plant since the 2011 Fukushim
Iran will load domestically made nuclear fuel rods into its Tehran Research Reactor on Wednesday for the first time to keep it running, a senior official told a national news agency.
Tehran had announced in January that it had successfull
Tokyo Electric Power Co plans to fill a leaking nuclear reactor at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant with sea water to cool it down and reduce pressure in the unit, Japan's top government spokesman said on Saturday.
"The nuclear reactor is