News

August 2017

World Nuclear Performance Report 2017

The World Nuclear Assocation (WNA) has released their World Nuclear Performance Report 2017. [Original article published on World Nuclear Association website] More than 9 GWe of new nuclear capacity came online in 2016, the largest annual increase for over 25 years. By the end of...

July 2017

Release of SOTERIA project newsletter

SOTERIA is an ongoing H2020 project which proposes a comprehensive research approach in order to enable nuclear power plant operators, as well as regulators, to better understand and thereby predict the ageing phenomena occurring in reactor pressure vessels and internal steels to ultimately ensure...

June 2017

NUGENIA meets Czech nuclear R&D and industry

NUGENIA Executive Committee representatives met at UJV Rez (Czech Republic) on 31 May 2017 and invited Czech nuclear R&D and industry stakeholders. The participants from TPUE (The Czech Energy Technology Platform), UJV Rez, CVR, CEZ, Doosan Skoda, Elexim, NUVIA, UJP, Skoda JS, ZAT and...

Severe Accident Phenomenology Course

Proposed by the Technical Area 2 SARNET (Severe Accident Research NETwork of excellence) in the frame of NUGENIA, the Severe Accident Phenomenology Course will focus on disseminating the knowledge gained on severe accidents in the last two decades to Master and PhD students, young engineers and...

May 2017

SAFIR2018 Interim seminar presentations available

SAFIR2018 is a Finnish research programme on nuclear power plant safety that started in 2015 and ends in 2018.  The SAFIR2018 interim seminar took place on 23-24 March 2017 at Otaniemi, Espoo. For those who could not participate or who would like to review some of the topics discussed, the...

April 2017

PRESS RELEASE: 6th GA, Annual Forum and PLiM

A look back at NUGENIA’s 6th General Assembly and Annual Forum, and a look forward at PLIM 2017 PRESS RELEASE The NUGENIA Association held its 6th General Assembly on 28 March 2017 in Amsterdam, which is the highest decision-making body in the Association. 69 members out of 103 were either...