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Vattenfall awards Brunsbüttel nuclear plant dismantling contract to AREVA-EWN consortium
Vattenfall GmbH has awarded a contract to the AREVA-EWN Consortium to dismantle and package the reactor pressure vessel internals of the Brunsbüttel nuclear power plant in Germany.
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Capgemini signs multi-year contract with Vattenfall to transform its finance and procurement operations across Europe
Capgemini, a global leader in consulting, technology and outsourcing services, has announced a new five-year contract with Vattenfall, an integrated energy company that supplies a broad range of energy services throughout Europe, headquartered in Solna, Sweden.
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Amec Foster-led alliance to offer safety services for UK nuclear sites
By EBR Staff Writer
An alliance of four companies led by Amec Foster Wheeler has been formed to provide equipment qualification (EQ) and materials qualification (MQ) services designed for nuclear sites in the UK.
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Exelon to close Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in 2019
By EBR Staff Writer
Exelon said it will prematurely retire its Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in September 2019, 15 years before its license expires.
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EU approves EDF’s takeover of Areva’s nuclear reactors business
By EBR Staff Writer
EDF has secured approval from the European Commission (EC) for its proposed takeover of Areva Group's nuclear reactors business.
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US DOE awards $1.5bn contract for Paducah nuclear site clean-up
By EBR Staff Writer
The US Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded a contract worth about $1.5bn to Four Rivers Nuclear Partnership to continue deactivation and remediation of the Paducah nuclear site.
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Horizon Nuclear presents compact power station design for Wylfa nuclear plant
By EBR Staff Writer
Horizon Nuclear Power has proposed a more compact design for the £10bn 2.7GW Wylfa Newydd nuclear power station in Anglesey, North Wales, UK.
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Switzerland votes to ban nuclear power plants
By EBR Staff Writer
Switzerland has voted to start exiting nuclear power and replace it with renewable energy.
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Indian Government approves plans to construct 10 nuclear reactors
By EBR Staff Writer
The Indian Government has given consent to construct 10 pressurized heavy water reactors (PHWR) in a bid to boost the domestic nuclear power program in the country.
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UK National Grid puts on hold plans for power line to Moorside nuclear project
The UK's National Grid has put on hold plans for a proposed 102-mile power line linking the country's transmission network to the Moorside nuclear power plant.
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Georgia Power to continue with construction of nuclear plant
Southern Nuclear and Georgia Power will take over construction management of the Vogtle nuclear plant from bankrupt developer Westinghouse under a new service agreement.
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RenewableUK sets out manifesto for strong energy future
RenewableUK is highlighting the benefits of renewable energy in a new manifesto, “Powering Britain”, published in the run-up to the next General Election.
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SNC-Lavalin awarded nuclear maintenance contracts in South Korea and China
SNC-Lavalin announced that it has been awarded a fuel channel inspection (FCI) contract from Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Company Ltd. (KHNP) and a fuel channel reconfiguration contract from China's Third Qinshan Nuclear Power Company (TQNPC).
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Report says nuclear energy’s role in fighting climate change under threat
A report released by the Global Nexus Initiative (GNI) has revealed that nuclear power is essential for addressing climate change, but significant changes are required in technology development and global governance in order to continue that vital role.
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Tokamak Energy seeks to put fusion power on UK's grid by 2030
Tokamak Energy has turned on its third reactor in five years with a goal to provide clean energy to the UK's national grid by 2030.
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