Japan has begun deliberating its 2030 targets for power generation, a process likely to turn contentious when nuclear restarts are considered even as the much delayed cleanup at Fukushima continues

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.

In a bid to clear the decks for the supply of imported fuel for its nuclear power plants, India is set to complete the process of placing its civilian reactors under International Atomic Energy Age

COAL kills, especially in China. Up to half a million people die prematurely each year as a result of the country’s infamously foul air.

South Korea hopes to win sufficient community support to open a long-delayed storage facility for low and medium level radioactive waste early next year, the head of the country's nuclear safety bo

An Act to provide for the establishment of the Sri Lanka Atomic Energy Board; for the promotion and encouragement of the use of nuclear science and technology for national development purposes; for the establishment of the sri lanka atomic energy regulatory council; for the regulation of practices involving ionizing radiation and the safety and

Board chief for more interactions with public to allay fears

Kakodkar says he warned the UPA govt about the negative implications of the nuclear liability law but was overruled

As Japan pitches an unpopular nuclear restart to residents near Kyushu Electric Power Co's Sendai plant, local politicians say approval is unlikely until December, delaying an already fraught proce

As part of a plan to restart its nuclear industry, the government last Thursday began a controversial consultation process with local residents near idled reactors that was criticized for failing t