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Countries around the world are seriously considering peaceful nuclear energy programs to solve the shortage of energy, according to UAE Energy Minister Suhail Mohammed Al-Mazrouei...Thirty-four countries are being represented at the four-day
Wednesday announced the completion of the fabrication and installation of the Containment Liner Plate (CLP) in the Reactor Containment Building for Barakah unit 1. The 2,000 tonne cylindrical structure, which measures nearly 60 metres in height and
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More than 500 residents and dignitaries attended a public nuclear forum in Ras Al Khaimah yesterday. Organised by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec), the forum was the second held in the UAE this week. Since we launched the nuclear public
The UAE is going nuclear because it is a reliable and economical source of electricity that will save the country 12 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions a year, while also conserving the national hydrocarbon reserves for more profitable use.
In This Article Wednesday, Oct 24, 2012 Dubai: The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation ( Enec ) will submit the construction licence application for units three and four at the Barakah site by the end of 2012, CEO Mohammad Al Hammadi told Gulf News
N-power best with least eco damage Salah Al Deberky / 26 September 2012 The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) is carrying on putting up its first peaceful nuclear power reactor, the construction of which was started in July 2012. Fahd
Director General William Travers called the granting of the construction license "an important milestone in any nuclear program." "All of the specific characteristics of the site have been assessed," he told The Associated Press.
The Environment AgencyAbu Dhabi (EAD) has granted a no-objection certificate (NOC) to the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) on the environmental aspects of the construction of the UAE's first two reactors...The next important step is a
Barakah for their commitment to maintaining the highest standards in safety and performance as they carry out preliminary works for the UAEs first nuclear energy plants. Ten employees were recognised for their leadership and commitment to developing