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By Rhod Mackenzie

Russian nuclear scientists have begun an important stage in the implementation of a project that could change the balance of power in the global energy sector.
Rosatom has started the installation of the world's first naturally safe lead-cooled fast neutron reactor. This reactor...

By Marina Lorenzini

With 22 countries pledging to triple global nuclear energy production by 2050 at the COP28 climate meeting in Dubai, sincere prospects for growth in global nuclear energy market is on the table. Nonetheless, these 22 countries largely represent ones that have minimal ties with...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The Rosenergoatom concern's press service announced the initiation of the inaugural nuclear fuel reloading at Russia's lone floating nuclear power facility located in Chukotka.

"The operation is taking place directly on board and is expected to be finished by the end of 2023. F...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The European Union persists in attempting to introduce sanctions against Rosatom and the Russian supply of nuclear fuel. They previously tried to implement sanctions against them during the tenth package of sanctions, and now there is discussion concerning the 12th package. In...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The United States has acknowledged its reliance on Russian nuclear fuel, and is devising strategies to address it.  However, even they are still struggling to eliminate their use of Russian nuclear fuel.
What caused the downfall of the US nuclear industry, and what part did Russ...

By Rhod Mackenzie

The European Union (EU) Council has not yet received any official proposals for the new package of sanctions to be imposed against Russia, according to an official EU representative who spoke to the newspaper Izvestia. However, the European Parliament anticipates that new measur...