India confirmed on Wednesday that it was on track to seal a deal in 2016 with Westinghouse Electric to build six nuclear reactors, in a sign the country's $150 billion nuclear power programme is ge

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Kazakhstan signed an agreement on Thursday to locate the world's first bank of low-enriched uranium (LEU) in the ex-Soviet nation to ensure fuel su

Question raised in Lok Sabha on nuclear fuel, 22/07/2015. Atomic Minerals Directorate for Exploration & Research (AMD), a constituent Unit under Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) has carried out survey and exploration of Uranium resulting in establishing 2,25,936t in-situ U3O8 (1,91,594t U) reserves as of June, 2015.

Setting the tone for India's stand on climate change ahead of multiple rounds of negotiations in the run-up to final Paris talks, PM Narendra Modi on Monday said the developed world should allow In

Nuclear power is a critical element in limiting greenhouse gas emissions, and a new Technology Roadmap co-authored by the IEA and the Nuclear Energy Agency outlines the next steps for growth in the aftermath of the Fukushima Daiichi accident in Japan and the economic crisis and its effect on financing.

Producing energy resources requires significant quantities of fresh water. As an energy sector changes or expands, the mix of technologies deployed to produce fuels and electricity determines the associated burden on regional water resources. Many reports have identified the water consumption of various energy production technologies. This paper synthesizes and expands upon this previous work by exploring the geographic distribution of water use by national energy portfolios.

Jamshedpur : After issuance of stoppage of mining activity orders to several iron ore mines in the state, including that of Tata Steel and SAIL, the Jharkhand mining and geology department has now

Say India gets yet another diversified source for uranium supply


Security of energy supply is enhanced by having a diverse energy mix. All things being equal, the more diversified the energy mix, the less vulnerable Member States and the EU are to shocks affecting external energy sources.