Nuclear power by country
Nuclear power stations operate in 31 countries. China has 28 new reactors under construction, and there are also a considerable number of new reactors being built in South Korea, India, and Russia. At...
Nuclear power by country - Wikipedia
German nuclear plant hit by computer viruses
A German nuclear power plant has been found to be infected by several different computer viruses.
Nuclear energy in Burma
On 15 May 2007, Burma and Russia signed an agreement to construct a nuclear research center in Burma. The center will comprise a 10 MWt light water reactor working on 20%-enriched U-235, an activ...
German nuclear plant hit by computer viruses
A German nuclear power plant has been found to be infected by several different computer viruses.
Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety
The Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety (KINS) in Daejeon, South Korea was independently established as the nuclear safety regulatory expert organization in February 1990 with a specific mission to deve...
China Atomic Energy Authority
China Atomic Energy Authority (CAEA; Chinese: 国家原子能机构; pinyin: Guójiā Yuánzǐnéng Jīgòu) is the regulatory agency for the nuclear industry in China. It oversees and pioneers the development of...
Nuclear Regulatory Commission
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) is an independent agency of the United States government, established by the Energy Reorganization Act of 1974, and began operations on January 19, 1975. As one...
Nuclear Regulatory Commission - Wikipedia
Nuclear energy in Jordan
Jordan has signed memorandums of understanding with the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, France, Japan, China, Russia, Spain, South Korea, Argentina, Romania, and Turkey. In December 2009, Jord...
OKB Gidropress
OKB Gidropress (Russian: ОКБ Гидропресс) is a Russian state construction office which works on the design, analysis, development, and production of nuclear power plant reactors, most notably the VVER ...
Uranium mining in Canada
For many years, Canada was the largest exporter of uranium ore in the world and has been a major world producer since demand for uranium developed. In 2009 Kazakhstan took over top spot, relegating C...
Ghana Nuclear Society
The Ghana Nuclear Society (GNS) is a nonprofit organization that advocates the introduction of nuclear energy in Ghana. It is headquartered at the Ghana Atomic Energy Commission (GAEC) in Accra. With ...
Philippine Nuclear Research Institute
The Philippine Nuclear Research Institute is a government body in the Philippines, charged with overseeing the peaceful uses of nuclear technology.Its main facility was a nuclear research reactor, PRR...
Anti-nuclear movement in Spain
The late 1950s and early 1960s saw a strong push from the Spanish Government to establish a national nuclear power industry. In response to the surge in nuclear power plant plans, a strong anti-nuclea...
BNFL
British Nuclear Fuels Limited (BNFL) was a nuclear energy and fuels company owned by the UK Government. It was a former manufacturer and transporter of nuclear fuel (notably MOX), ran reactors, genera...
BNFL - Wikipedia
Nuclear energy in Armenia
Armenia operates one Soviet-designed VVER-440 nuclear unit at Metsamor, which supplies over 40% of the country's energy needs. The EU and Turkey have expressed concern about the continuing operation o...
Nuclear power in Belgium
Belgium Nuclear power plants (view) Active plants Closed plantsThe country’s first commercial nuclear reactor began operating in 1974. Currently, Belgium has seven nuclear reactors operating...
Nuclear power in Belgium - Wikipedia
Bariloche Atomic Centre
The Bariloche Atomic Centre (Spanish: Centro Atómico Bariloche) is one of the research and development centres of the Argentine National Atomic Energy Commission. As it name implies, it is located...
Bariloche Atomic Centre - Wikipedia
Krasnaya Zvezda State Enterprise
Krasnaya Zvezda State Enterprise (GP Krasnaya Zvezda, ГП Красная звезда, meaning Red Star) is a Russian state enterprise that research and produce nuclear power systems for spacecraft. It was establis...
Forschungsreaktor 2 (FR2)
Forschungsreaktor 2 (FR2) (Research Reactor 2) was the second nuclear reactor built in and by Germany after restrictions on nuclear research imposed as a result of the Second World War were lifted in ...
Forschungsreaktor 2 (FR2) - Wikipedia
Rosatom
Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom) (Russian: Росатом), is a state corporation (non-profit organization) in Russia, established in 2007, the regulatory body of the Russian nuclear co...
Gąski, Koszalin County
Gąski [ˈɡɔ̃ski] (German: Funkenhagen) is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Mielno, within Koszalin County, West Pomeranian Voivodeship, in north-western Poland. It lies approximate...
Gąski, Koszalin County - Wikipedia