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The Roadmaps to New Nuclear conference, organised by the French Ministry for Energy Transition and the OECD’s Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) in Paris, resulted in two communiques signed by energy ministers and industry representatives emphasising the need for nuclear energy.

Date: Tuesday, 03 October 2023
Original article: neimagazine.com/news/newsfrance-and-nea-host-conference-to-promote-nuclear-energy-11186484

Representatives of the nuclear industry in OECD nations, and representatives of the governments of 20 countries, have issued communiqués committing to work together to expand nuclear energy capacity, after the inaugural Roadmaps to New Nuclear conference organised by the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) and the French government.

Date: Saturday, 30 September 2023
Original article: world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/Nuclear-groups-and-ministers-pledge-to-back-new-nu

Recent geopolitical events have focused world attention on the importance of energy security and the vital role that nuclear can play in providing clean, reliable energy. This is causing momentum to build in both nuclear generation plans and the supply chain to support it, said the keynote panellists at the World Nuclear Fuel Cycle 2023 (WNFC 2023) conference in the Netherlands.

Date: Thursday, 20 April 2023
Original article: world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/Building-momentum-for-nuclear-change

Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco) has submitted a preliminary proposal to Turkey for the construction of four APR-1400 units at a site in northern part of the country. Kepco CEO Jung Song Il presented a proposal to Turkish Minister of Energy & Natural Resources Fatih Dönmez.

Date: Friday, 03 February 2023
Original article: neimagazine.com/news/newssouth-korea-offers-to-build-npp-for-turkey-10564058

Two countries expected to begin feasibility study for $30bn project Russian state nuclear corportion Rosatom is building Turkey’s first nuclear station at Akkuyu. Courtesy Rosatom. South Korea’s state-run Korea Electric Power Corporation (Kepco) said on Tuesday (1 February) it had submitted a preliminary proposal to Turkey to take part in a project worth about $30bn (€27bn) to build four nuclear power plants in the European country.

Kepco chief executive officer Cheong Seung-il met Turkey's energy minister, Fatih Donmez, on Monday and presented the proposal regarding the construction of four nuclear plants at a possible in the northern part of the country, according to the company.

“The main contents of the proposal include the introduction of Kepco and Korea's excellent nuclear power plant construction capabilities, the business structure of the Turkey nuclear power plant, the construction period, and localisation,” Kepco said in a statement.

Press reports in December 2022 said Kepco was in discussions with the Turkish government to develop the four nuclear power plants.

A spokesperson at Kepco, the largest electric utility in South Korea and parent company of nuclear operator Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power, said the two countries were expected to begin a feasibility study this year, after which they could sign an agreement to build the four reactors.

Date: Friday, 03 February 2023
Original article: nucnet.org/news/south-korea-s-kepco-launches-bid-to-build-four-new-nuclear-reactors-2-4-2023

Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO) has submitted a preliminary proposal to Turkey for the construction of four APR-1400 reactors at an undisclosed site in the northern part of the country.

Date: Wednesday, 01 February 2023
Original article: world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/Korea-proposes-to-build-four-reactors-for-Turkey

The Korean Electric Power Corporation (Kepco) is negotiating with the Turkish government on a possible contract for the construction of four nuclear reactors in Turkey worth KRW40,000 billion ($30.7bn), Korean media has reported, citing a representative of the South Korean company. A Kepco spokesperson said a feasibility study was expected to begin next year, paving the way for an agreement to build a NPP comprising four 1,400MWe units in the northern part of the country. The exact site was not identified.  

Date: Thursday, 22 December 2022
Original article: neimagazine.com/news/newssouth-korea-eyes-npp-construction-in-turkey-10451861

The European Nuclear Safety Regulators Group (ENSREG) has said that "Energoatom is the only legitimate licensee of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant (ZNPP) and that the plant has to be operated as per licence conditions and in accordance with Ukrainian and international legal and regulatory requirements, under the supervision of the State Nuclear Regulatory Inspectorate of Ukraine (SNRIU)."

Date: Friday, 02 December 2022
Original article: neimagazine.com/news/newseurope-backs-ukrainian-claims-to-znpp-as-russia-strengthens-control-of-the-plant-10399896

European safety regulators have backed Ukraine as the rightful owner and authority to oversee the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant. Meanwhile, Russia's Rosenergoatom has appointed Yury Chernichuk as 'director' of the plant.

Date: Thursday, 01 December 2022
Original article: world-nuclear-news.org/Articles/Regulators-back-Ukraine-for-Zaporizhzhia-ownership

After leading the 14-member Support and Assistance Mission to Zaporizhzia (ISAMZ), International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi summarised the situation at the NPP sayng that the physical integrity of the plant had been violated.

Date: Tuesday, 06 September 2022
Original article: neimagazine.com/news/newszaporizhizhia-physical-integrity-violated-9977999