How far away are we from commercial fusion energy?

How far away are we from commercial fusion energy?

IANS
Electricity-generating fusion power plants — one of the biggest inventions in history — might be safe, efficient, reliable and environmentally responsible.
Indian Govt should pay more attention to Nuclear Industry: Prof. Shivpuri

Indian Govt should pay more attention to Nuclear Industry: Prof. Shivpuri

NUCLEAR ASIA
The Government of India has not given same attention to the nuclear industry as it has to other sources of renewable energy, experts feel.
Indian cities, states step up climate action plans

Indian cities, states step up climate action plans

IANS
At the Global Climate Action Summit, mayors and government functionaries of Indian cities have announced to scale up their actions to combat climate change and to protect people from hazardous climate impacts.
India, China driving global energy market transition: Report

India, China driving global energy market transition: Report

IANS
Emerging markets India and China are driving growth in energy demand and choosing renewables over fossil fuels.
World urged to step up climate action ahead of 2020

World urged to step up climate action ahead of 2020

IANS
A major global summit ended on Friday in this California city with delegates calling on national governments to join forces to step up climate action ahead of 2020, the year when global greenhouse gases need to peak and fall sharply thereafter to avoid the worst impacts of climate change.
Bangladesh, India inaugurate oil pipeline, railway projects

Bangladesh, India inaugurate oil pipeline, railway projects

IANS / NUCLEAR ASIA
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina on Tuesday jointly e-inaugurated the construction work of a cross-border oil pipeline and a railway project, with the former describing the two countries as members of the same family.
Molybdenum mining in India stuck owing to policy issues

Molybdenum mining in India stuck owing to policy issues

NUCLEAR ASIA
India’s plans to tap into the Molybdenum reserves in Tamil Nadu are stuck owing to the lack of a national policy regarding the mineral’s royalty and average sale price, even as the country continues to meet its domestic demand through imports.
Foreign players, barring Russia, still to find foothold in Indian nuclear power market

Foreign players, barring Russia, still to find foothold in Indian nuclear power market

NUCLEAR ASIA
It was almost a decade prior that India’s nuclear isolation ended with the Indo-US Civil Nuclear Agreement, but even now only one project under foreign collaboration has seen the light of the day.
Road from village to city – Ishwardi riding on success of Rooppur Nuclear Plant

Road from village to city – Ishwardi riding on success of Rooppur Nuclear Plant

NUCLEAR ASIA
Ishwardi in Pabna district of Bangladesh is not a village anymore. The frantic pace of construction at the Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant Project has impacted the lives of its denizens and has transformed the village into sub-urban area within a short span of time.
From improving yields to fighting cancer, India deploying nuclear technology in varying fields

From improving yields to fighting cancer, India deploying nuclear technology in varying fields

NUCLEAR ASIA
India is known to have been taking giant strides in improving its power shared generated through nuclear reactors, but the country has also deployed nuclear technology in non-power applications on a large scale – both for industrial and societal purpose.

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