Distance learning: five tips how to make it more productive

Distance learning: five tips how to make it more productive

Nuclear Asia
Students are learning online now: lessons by videoconference, sending tasks by e-mail, chatting with teachers.

Global CO2 emissions flatlined in 2019: IEA

IANS
Despite widespread expectations of another increase, global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions stopped growing in 2019, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.
India's own 700 MW reactor goes critical at Kakrapar

Officials work tirelessly to make Kakrapar PHWR go critical

IANS
Officials of the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Ltd (NPCIL), India’s atomic power plant operator, worked tirelessly during the Covid-19 lockdown to ensure that indigenously designed 700 MW pressurised heavy water reactor (PHWR) at Kakrapar Atomic Power Station in Gujarat attained criticality, a top official of Atomic Energy Commission (AEC) said.
India's own 700 MW reactor goes critical at Kakrapar

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.
Another nuclear plant needed for greater localisation: DG Rosatom

NEA launches landmark report on cutting costs in nuclear construction

Nuclear Asia
With the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic forcing a global lockdown and severe setback to economic activity worldwide, a landmark report on civilian nuclear energy was released earlier this month on how to reduce the costs of building large new plants, which has become the major hurdle in the development of this clean energy source.
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.
Bangladesh coping with climate change through radiation tech in agriculture

Bangladesh coping with climate change through radiation tech in agriculture

NUCLEAR ASIA
Bangladesh is seeking to cope with climate change by employing nuclear technology not only for power generation but also for protecting its agriculture against flood and salinity.

Kudankulam Nuclear Plant’s critical digital assets not susceptible to cyber-attack: Experts

Ritu Sharma
Kudankulam Nuclear Plant’s critical digital assets not susceptible to cyber-attack: Experts Revelations of cyber intrusions in the network of Kudankulam Nuclear Power Plant by a North Korean hacker group had sent the Indian populace in a frenzy.
Indian Neutrino Observatory to come up in 7 years’ time

Fusion energy research ‘powering’ European industry

IANS
European research into the realisation of carbon-free fusion energy has generated a series of core benefits for the industry worldwide.
Solar rooftop installations to fall short of 2022 target in India: Developers

Solar rooftop installations to fall short of 2022 target in India: Developers

IANS
Faced with challenges in penetrating the residential and the SME market space, the solar rooftop sector would fall short of its target of installing 40,000 megawatt (mw) capacity by 2022, say developers and experts.

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