Nuclear power

Djedovic Handanovic: I will discuss oil pipeline with Szijjarto

BUDAPEST - Serbian Minister of Mining and Energy Dubravka Djedovic Handanovic said on Tuesday she would hold a separate meeting with Hungarian Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade Peter Szijjarto to discuss the construction of a 128 km Serbian-Hungarian oil pipeline estimated to cost around 150 mln euros.

Greece in support of RES policies in EU split over nuclear energy

European Union member states showed their divisions on nuclear energy policy on Monday, with one camp led by France promoting the technology and another, led by Austria and Germany, and signed by Greece and another 12 countries, pushing to prioritise renewable energy sources instead.

Bulgarian Kozloduy NPP Confirms Smooth Transition to Non-Russian Nuclear Fuel

Amidst concerns surrounding energy security and the transition away from Russian nuclear fuel, the executive director of Bulgaria's Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant (NPP), Valentin Nikolov, has reassured the public that there is no risk of operational disruptions.

Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant Granted Permit for Storage of Westinghouse Nuclear Fuel

The Nuclear Regulation Agency (NRA) has officially granted Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant (NPP) a permit for the storage of fresh RWFA-type nuclear fuel produced by Westinghouse, according to an announcement on January 24. This development marks a crucial step in the plant's efforts to diversify its sources of nuclear fuel and enhance operational flexibility.

Uranium prices rise as interest in nuclear power grows

The price of uranium has been on the rise, driven by constrained supply and accelerating demand, against a backdrop of renewed interest in nuclear power.

The benchmark contract for uranium oxide which, once enriched, is used as nuclear fuel, rose to $85.75 a pound (around 450 grams) on Dec. 15 for the first time since January 2007.

COP28: US Announced International Fusion Plan

Special climate envoy and former US secretary of state John Kerry unveiled and announced the launch of an international plan to boost fusion, saying the emission-free technology could become a vital tool in the fight against climate change.

To begin with, the plan is supported by 35 nations and will focus on research and development, supply chain issues, regulation and safety.