January, 4, 2019 India to bring 21 more reactors online by 2031 India currently expects to bring 21 new nuclear power reactors with a combined generating capacity of 15,700 MWe into operation by 2031, the country’s minister of state for the Department of Atomic Energy and the Prime Minister’s Office told parliament yesterday. In a
November, 12, 2018 Climate change demands world ‘revisits’ nuclear, says UNECE director The search for solutions to climate change must include discussion of nuclear power, Scott Foster, director of the Sustainable Energy Division of UNECE, told World Nuclear News (WNN) today. Nuclear power has for the first time been included on the programme of the
8 June 2017 The nuclear industry brought more than 9 GWe of new plant on line last year, the largest annual increase in 25 years, according to a new World Nuclear Association report, putting it on track to achieve the Harmony goal of providing 25% of electricity in 2050 using 1000 GWe of new capacity.
18 May 2017 Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described his Cabinet’s approval of the construction of ten indigenously designed pressurised heavy water reactors (PHWR) as a “big boost” for his Make in India program of localised manufacturing. The Cabinet, chaired by Modi, yesterday approved the construction of ten 700 MWe units in a “significant decision