Month: June 2022

Uae submits national report on spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management

On 29 June 2022, the United Arab Emirates submitted its fourth national report on compliance with its obligations under the Joint Convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management. The United Arab Emirates is a party to the Joint Convention, which is holding its seventh review conference at …

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Westinghouse will supply fuel assemblies for the Czech nuclear power plant

Westinghouse signed an agreement with č EZ to supply the fuel assemblies for the Temelin Nuclear Power Station (NPP). Westinghouse will begin delivery of fuel assemblies in 2024, fully replacing current suppliers over an estimated 15-year period. Six Westinghouse lead fuel assemblies have been operational at Temelin 1 since April 2019. The company will provide …

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Us professors collaborate to develop ways to reduce waste from nuclear reactors

Two New Mexico State University professors are working with two national laboratories and TerraPower to develop a method for recycling spent nuclear fuel. This approach will prevent fuel from being used for weaponry, but will help meet electricity demand sustainably. Paul Andersen and Cory Windorff, assistant professors of chemistry and biochemistry at NMSU, are joining …

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The British telecoms giant has promised to buy about 55GWh of solar power a year built by a Greek industrial group

British telecoms giant Vodafone Group (LON:VOD) has committed to sourcing electricity from three solar parks proposed by Greek industrial group Mytilineos SA (FRA:MYH) in the UK. Vodafone said it would buy about 55 GWh of electricity a year for its UK operations. The solar park will be operational by the end of this year. Vodafone …

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Biphenyl industry has great development potential

From the perspective of development prospects, although biphenyl belongs to a small number of chemical products, but its application is extremely wide, involving medicine, pesticides, printing and dyeing, electronic chemistry and many other fields. PCB is composed of two separate benzene, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons appearance is white or light yellow scaly crystalline, has a unique …

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The U.S. Department of Energy is funding $505 million to promote demonstration deployments of long-term energy storage technology

The U.S. Department of Energy announced $505 million over four years in funding under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Act to promote the development of long-term energy storage technologies and to achieve the 100% clean electricity goal by 2035 by driving down the cost of more extensive commercial demonstration deployment of energy storage systems. The details are …

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The China chemical degradable plastics industrial project has succeeded in one-off operation

On the evening of June 20th, donghua Tiantiye, invested by Donghua Company, affiliated to National Chemical Institute of China, started up successfully with an annual output of 500,000 tons PBAT and the supporting project with an annual output of 100,000 tons PBAT in the first phase, and successfully produced high-quality PBAT polyester products with overall …

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Unpowered clean solar water heating system was put into use in Yangzhong People's Hospital

On June 17th, the unpowered clean solar water heating system built by Xingya Sunshine passed the acceptance of Yangzhong People's Hospital and was officially put into use. The system tested by Yangzhong People's Hospital can produce 12 tons of clean hot water at 60℃ a day. The heat collecting part is composed of 18 heat …

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Germany's RWE is buying gas-fired power plants and solar parks from Sweden's VATN.UL

Germany's RWE said it had agreed to buy a 1.4-gigawatt (GW) gas-fired power plant from Sweden's Vattenfall (VATN.UL) in a deal valuing assets at 500 million euros ($534 million). The deal is expected to close by the end of the third quarter, it added, adding that the deal also covers a 5.6 megawatt solar park. …

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South Africa will need to invest at least $250bn to shift to a greener economic structure

Shifting South Africa's coal-heavy economy to a greener structure will require at least $250bn over the next 30 years, according to a report published by the World Economic Forum. It said about half of the total investment ($125 billion) would be needed to increase wind and solar projects as the country mothballed coal-fired plants that …

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