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Ukraine says any IAEA visit to occupied Zaporizhzhia ‘unacceptable’

Ukraine says any IAEA visit to occupied Zaporizhzhia ‘unacceptable’

The State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine says that an inspection mission from the International Atomic Energy Agency should not take place until the six-reactor nuclear power plant is no longer under Russian control.

Regulation & Safety 27 May 2022


Jacobs to support Fukushima Daiichi decommissioning

Jacobs to support Fukushima Daiichi decommissioning

USA-based engineering group Jacobs has been selected by Tokyo Electric Power Company to support decommissioning efforts at its damaged Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant in Japan. The announcement came as the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency said there had been "remarkable progress" in decommissioning the site.

Corporate 20 May 2022


IAEA sees improved operational safety at Civaux

IAEA sees improved operational safety at Civaux

EDF has strengthened operational safety at its Civaux nuclear power plant by addressing the findings of an International Atomic Energy Agency review which took place in 2019, a follow-up mission has concluded.

Regulation & Safety 16 May 2022


IAEA’s Grossi still hopes for mission to Zaporizhzhia

IAEA’s Grossi still hopes for mission to Zaporizhzhia

International Atomic Energy Agency Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi told a European Parliament hearing that it is a very "fragile situation" and "terribly complicated" but his aim to lead an inspection mission to Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant, which is currently occupied by Russian forces, is not yet at a "dead end".

Regulation & Safety 10 May 2022


IAEA to create roadmap for nuclear hydrogen deployment

IAEA to create roadmap for nuclear hydrogen deployment

The International Atomic Energy Agency has launched an initiative to develop a roadmap for the commercial deployment of hydrogen production using nuclear energy. The initiative will culminate in a roadmap guiding document, to provide countries with a tool for evaluating, planning and strategising the development of nuclear hydrogen projects.

Energy & Environment 06 May 2022


IAEA bolsters support for nuclear law education

IAEA bolsters support for nuclear law education

Six countries have entered into a partnership with the International Atomic Energy Agency to increase education and professional development opportunities for students and aspiring professionals in international and national nuclear law. IAEA-supported programmes on nuclear law will be held at universities in Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Jamaica, South Africa and the UAE.

Regulation & Safety 05 May 2022


IAEA publishes first report on Fukushima water discharge plan

IAEA publishes first report on Fukushima water discharge plan

The task force report is the first in a series of reports due to be published as a result of International Atomic Energy Agency missions to Japan in the coming months and years to assess the water discharge against IAEA safety standards.

Waste & Recycling 29 April 2022


Zaporozhe 'top concern' for IAEA, Chernobyl radiation levels update

Zaporozhe 'top concern' for IAEA, Chernobyl radiation levels update

A damaged external power line has been repaired allowing Zaporozhe to return to previous output levels, Energoatom said. It comes as the International Atomic Energy Agency continues efforts to get access to the plant for its inspectors - and outlines the initial results of its radiation monitoring during its mission to Chernobyl.

Regulation & Safety 28 April 2022


IAEA mission at Chernobyl, as anniversary is marked

IAEA mission at Chernobyl, as anniversary is marked

An International Atomic Energy Agency team led by Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi is at Chernobyl to deliver equipment requested by Ukraine, check radiation levels and restore safeguards and monitoring systems at the site. The visit comes 36 years after the 1986 accident.

Regulation & Safety 26 April 2022


Grossi says IAEA seeking access to Zaporozhe

Grossi says IAEA seeking access to Zaporozhe

The director general of the International Atomic Energy Agency, Rafael Mariano Grossi, told the Associated Press, his organisation needs access to Europe's largest nuclear power plant for safety inspections and to help carry out necessary repairs.

Regulation & Safety 27 April 2022