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HuffPost Oct 10
Here's an alternate plan to fight climate change: "What might take a century to do with renewables alone could be done in 20 years with nuclear power."
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Rosatom Global Oct 9
Landmark report. These extraordinary findings implore us to do all we can to cut emissions urgently. Nuclear must be accepted as a viable, affordable alternative means of energy to ensure that the world meets its CO2 emissions reduction goals before 2030.
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POLITICO Europe Oct 9
When it comes to nuclear dogma, Germany has few followers in Europe
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Reuters India Oct 5
Russia signs pact for six nuclear reactors on new site in India by
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IAEA NE Oct 3
"It will be difficult for the world to meet the challenges of securing sufficient energy, and to achieve the Paris goal, without making more use of " Watch DDG Chudakov speaking at :
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Rosatom Global Oct 3
Today saw the completion of fuel loading into the reactors of floating nuclear power plant Akademik Lomonosov. The plant’s next milestone will be achieving first criticality this autumn once the necessary permit is granted by the regulator.
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Rosatom Global Oct 3
energy is indispensable for fighting . We at Rosatom are eager to offer clean and affordable energy produced by NPPs built to the highest safety standards.
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Rosatom Global Oct 1
? ’s Centres for Nuclear Research and Technology () will offer solutions that, among other things, сould improve food quality. For more information about this technology, watch this video:
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Rosatom Global Sep 30
The reactor at Tianwan NPP unit 4 has been brought to minimum controllable power level. When commissioned, this 1GW unit will prevent emissions of 9 mln tonnes of CO2 annually, bringing the world closer to reaching its decarbonisation goals.
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Rosatom Global Sep 28
Today is Nuclear Industry Worker Day in Russia! We take this opportunity to congratulate the world’s nuclear specialists and thank them for their hard work, vision, and commitment to helping the globe efficiently and sustainably transition to green sources of energy.
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Fennovoima Sep 23
The concern for has made many environmental researchers advocates of nuclear power. Before that leading climate researchers had already said that is a necessary part of the mix of the future.
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Rosatom Global Sep 21
? Rosatom subsidiary Rosenergoatom is building the biggest in Europe near the Kalinin NPP. Two more similar projects have already been announced. They are to be built in the Irkutsk and Murmansk regions.
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Rosatom Global Sep 19
Rosatom First Deputy CEO Kirill Komarov: the longer we hesitate with new , the more difficult it becomes to save the Earth. programme goals: 10 new GWe/year before 2020, 25 GWe/year in 2021-2025, and 33 GWe/year in 2026-2050.
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IAEA Sep 17
IAEA and Russia 🇷🇺 sign contract for the transport of low enriched uranium (LEU) & equipment through Russian territory to and from IAEA LEU Bank in Kazakhstan 🇰🇿
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Rosatom Global Sep 13
Take a look inside one of the mines at Russia’s Streltsovsk ore field. This is where most of the country’s is extracted.
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Rosatom Global Sep 7
Welcome to the club! Uzbekistan to become a nuclear newcomer with an agreement to build the country's first NPP. The document was signed today between governments of Russia and Uzbekistan.
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Fennovoima Sep 7
This is how public trust can be built.
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Rosatom Global Sep 6
Thank you, ! We‘re always glad to welcome visitors!
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David Hess Sep 6
Replying to @6point626
Pakermanov: Standardisation is key to success for SMRs. Rosatom is actively working towards this.
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World Nuclear Association Symposium Sep 6
Director General says at : Nuclear power can never be successful without good performance by the industry itself. It takes more than that. Because today, more than ever, energy industries need policy support to plan ahead and invest for the future.
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