Last month, a report by Germany’s Green party concluded that 18 nuclear power plants in the European Union are operating without having been subject to an Environmental Impact
The UAE Peaceful Nuclear Energy Programme is a catalyst for growth in the UAE, providing 25 per cent of the country’s needs for clean electricity. This project generates further energy supplies to support the national economy, and its diversification creates
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.
Working together, ENEC and KEPCO’s achievement of 75 million safe work hours without a Lost Time Injury, LTI, represents a significant industrial safety accomplishment and is the result of their exceptional safety culture, dedication to the continuous improvement of everyday work practices and empowerment of employees to ensure their own safety through a range of safety-related practices and tools.
The UAE will mark "2020: Towards the next 50" through three major events, namely the inauguration of the Barakah Nuclear Plant, the launch of the Hope Probe and the hosting of the Expo 2020 Dubai.
The granting of the operating licence for Unit 1 of the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant to the Nawah Energy Company by the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, the UAE’s independent nuclear regulator, is a huge national achievement.
Together with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the UAE continues to support the development of civil nuclear energy around the world and call for operational transparency.
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 UAE has been scoring high in several areas and not just business. It has made its mark in a field that many have heard of but are reportedly just paying lip service to: stemming the impact of climate change. These include an increase in its solar