The UAE has embraced the high standards of nuclear excellence from World Association of Nuclear Operators.
Hans Blix, Director-General Emeritus of the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, has said that the starting of operations at Abu Dhabi's Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant demonstrates to the world how doable it is to shift to environmentally-friendly alternatives to generate power.
It will deliver 25 per cent of the UAE’s electricity with zero carbon emissions while also supporting economic diversification by creating thousands of high-value jobs through the establishment of a sustainable local nuclear energy industry and supply chain.
The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation on Wednesday announced that its operations and maintenance subsidiary, Nawah Energy Company has successfully connected Unit 1 of the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant to the UAE grid.
The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, the UAE’s Nuclear Regulator, announced on Monday that it has certified the first group of 15 UAE National Senior Reactor Operators, SROs, and Reactor Operators, ROs, at Nawah Energy Company, the operations and maintenance subsidiary of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC.
In the UAE, love for Arabic is alive and well, and not just among those who are Arabs. Those who do not speak the language have also taken a liking to it. In this respect, it is noteworthy that the Arabic Language Academy in Sharjah (ALA)’s Arabic Language Centre
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