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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
Senior reactor operators play a critical role in the direction and supervision of a nuclear energy facility, ensuring safe operation, maintenance and testing. The programme is part of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation's (Enec) comprehensive
The structures were supposed to be part of a massive $157 million middle school and high school complex for nearly 3,000 students. Instead, Twin Rivers Unified School District ended up with a $70 million price tag on a construction project that has
IAB issues UAEs nuclear energy program report (Wam) 7 February 2011 The International Advisory Board (IAB) published its first semi-annual report today on United Arab Emirates (UAE) Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program. The International Advisory Board (
United Arab Emirates The UAE's state nuclear company is moving ahead with plans to build its first nuclear power plant, saying it has filed a construction license application covering the project's first two reactors...The application to the UAE's