The rise of King coal as energy crisis hits Europe 

Coal, considered to be the single largest source of global carbon emissions, is back in demand amidst the current energy crisis and soaring fossil fuel prices.
COVID-19: Rosatom subsidiaries start sterilising medical masks

Covid-19 latest updates: India records 53K new cases, Russia to apply for registration of first vaccine

Nuclear Asia / IANS
India, the third country worst hit by the Covid-19 pandemic, recorded a spike of 53,601 coronavirus cases on Tuesday, pushing the total tally to 22,68,675.

“Indo-Russian AI coop will reach level of strategic sectors soon”

Finnish-Russian digital solutions provider Zyfra said on Sunday that there are good prospects of cooperation in the field of industrial artificial intelligence (AI) that would take innovation, in some years, to the same level of cooperation seen in strategic sectors like defence and nuclear energy.
World's only floating nuclear plant supplies heat to Pevek city

Russian nuclear industry in its 75th year: Towards the closed fuel cycle future

Nuclear Asia
The year 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the Russian nuclear industry which has always been a pioneer in the peaceful use of atomic energy.
Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant in India reaches full capacity

Kudankulam: From Opponents to Proponents

Kudankulam is India’s most powerful nuclear power plant located in the southern state of Tamil Nadu.
India's first indigenously built 700 MW reactor connected to grid

During COVID-19, India achieves criticality with first indigenously built reactor

Nuclear Asia
India is the only country in the world this year, to have achieved criticality with its first indigenously built nuclear reactor, even as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic rages worldwide, starting from its spread during the first quarter.
"Millions of Tons Of Nuclear Waste": The Biggest Myth Of Nuclear Power

“Millions of Tons Of Nuclear Waste”: The Biggest Myth Of Nuclear Power

Naked Science
Some say that there are millions of tons of nuclear waste in the world and that they will never be safely buried, in connection with which Greenpeace blocks the railways along which nuclear materials are transported, and demands to shut down the entire nuclear industry at once.
Political hurdles pose big challenge to nuclear power growth

Political hurdles pose big challenge to nuclear power growth: World Nuclear Association

Political hurdles and competition from renewables pose big challenge to the growth of nuclear power across the world.

Role of clean energy in development of Russia’s Arctic region 

Nuclear Asia
Russia plans to commission four modernized floating power units by 2031 in the Chukotka region located in the country’s Arctic belt, thus increasing the share of nuclear power in Chukotka’s energy sector from the current 31 percent to more than 68 percent in order to improve the quality of life in the area and develop the Baimskaya ore mining zone.