More reactors and smaller, life “after 60” and the change in security protocols after Fukushima. Increasing the dynamism of economies and the need to reduce the emission of carbon dioxide are two determining factors for the future of the nuclear industry. The director of the OECD Agency for Nuclear Energy, William Magwood IV speaks in this interview with Latin Trade about: * trends in reactor installation in developed countries and in the most thriving economies, * “life after 60” for nuclear power plants * what changes the industry introduced after Fukushima. How the new protocols incorporate natural disasters not considered before. Read the full interview at: Latin Trade Does Argentina challenge the United States with its Chinese headquarters? In an […]
Nuclear Bulletin July 10, 2019
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