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Coronavirus and the importance of clean nuclear energy

Coronavirus and the importance of clean nuclear energy

Nuclear Asia
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic raging worlwide in a manner unprecedented in human history has major implications for the energy industry, particularly for the clean energy sector, which includes nuclear power for civilian use.
Every 2nd car to be electric one globally in 2050: Study

Every 2nd car to be electric one globally in 2050: Study

IANS
In 2050, every second car on the streets could be electric which would reduce global CO2 emissions by up to 1.
Rosatom activates its contingency plans to deal with COVID-19 crisis

Rosatom activates its contingency plans to deal with COVID-19 crisis

Nuclear Asia
In view of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic raging across the globe, Russian state atomic energy corporation Rosatom has announced that it has put in operation the contingency plans on health safety and security that the organisation has always had ready to deal with emergency situations.
One more step towards the Industry 4.0: ZYFRA Group Becomes a Member of the Industrial Internet Consortium

Discussed an energy deal with India, says Trump

IANS
President Donald Trump said that he discussed an energy deal with Prime Minister Narendra Modi in their talks.

I was concerned with preserving India’s strategic autonomy: Anil Kakodkar

IANS
The landmark India-US nuclear deal of 2008 marked a tectonic shift in international politics but it took a lot of hard bargaining to ensure the country”s strategic autonomy was not compromised, says a top scientist who was at the centre of the negotiations — and received the full backing of then Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in India safe from Fukushima-like disaster

Kudankulam NPP unit 2 reconnected to power grid

Nuclear Asia
The second unit of the Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant (KNPP) in India’s Tamil Nadu state has been reconnected back to the grid, Russian state-run atomic power corporation Rosatom, the equipment suppliers and technical consultants of the KNPP said in a statement.
Experts call for more nuclear research facilities in Bangladesh as construction begins on Rooppur N-plant

Russia to boost nuclear energy coop with Bangladesh

Nuclear Asia
Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has met with Russian state atomic energy corporation Rosatom’s Director General Alexey Likhachev during the latter’s recent visit to the South Asian nation, when a package of documents was also signed to expand Bangladesh-Russia cooperation in nuclear energy.