At present India with twenty one (21) nuclear power reactors, stands seventh (7) among thirty one (31) countries with nuclear power in terms of number of reactors and thirteenth (13) in terms of el
South Korea plans to select a site for permanent storage of its high level radioactive waste by 2028, and will also consider looking to store spent nuclear fuel overseas, the government said on Mon
Government plans to increase the nuclear power generation capacity of the country by three times in ten years, Union Minister Jitendra Singh said today.
Govt. is pinning its mega plans for generating the ‘clean’ energy on coastal Andhra Pradesh.
Some of the key projects received for environmental clearances include 67 in mining, 82 in infrastructure, six in nuclear, defence and others and in river valley and hydro-electric sector.
Study shows radioactive material has been carried across the ocean as far as the shores of U.S.
India's nuclear sector regulator has given the nod for the second 1,000 MW unit at Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu to go critical/start fission process, said an industry official.
The Forum for Development of North Andhra (FDNA) on Tuesday alleged that both the Union and State governments were trying to convert Srikakulam district into a dumping yard by making arrangements f
At the start of 2015 there were 436 operable reactors around the world and by year-end there were 439. This increase in reactor numbers came despite the retirement of seven units during the year.
Nuclear energy is not at all expensive. It is safe and green energy,” said Dr. N. Saibaba, former Chairman and Chief Executive of the NFC, dispelling the view that nuclear energy is dangerous.
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