Indonesia must look to nulcear to solve energy deficit
16 May 2016 | Policy & Infrastructure
Indonesia, the world’s fourth largest nation in terms of population, is power poor.
The thorium alternative
1 May 2016 | Nuclear Fuel Cycle
As aspiring nuclear countries search for ways to reduce fossil fuel dependence, debate is raging over the use of the lesser-known radioactive element thorium and its application to the nuclear fuel cycle.
19 April 2016 | Non-energy
by Alexander Uvarov, Editor in Chief of Atominfo.Ru, an independent online media.
Even in the exclusion zones, most experts agree that the long-term fatality count from the radiation leak will be close to zero
10 March 2016 | Safety & Environment
Nuclear Forum Asia considers the legacy of Fukushima Daiichi five years after what most experts consider to be history’s second worst nuclear accident On 11 March 2011 Tohoku earthquake measuring nine on the Richter Scale struck at a depth of 30 kilometres some 60 kilometers off the east coast of the main island of Japan.
Fukushima, Japan
8 March 2016 | Safety & Environment
Nuclear Forum Asia’s Simon Hyett explores the resumption of nuclear generation in Japan and examines its impact on the fledgling nuclear energy industry in Southeast Asia Saturday, March 12, 2016 marks the five-year anniversary of the Fukushima Daichii Nuclear Accident.
15 January 2016 | Power Engineering
It is eyeing energy independence through nuke.
15 January 2016 | Financing
Renewables simply can't be considered baseload.
15 January 2016 | Power Engineering
Developments in November-December 2015 have set a milestone in terms of what Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) have long wanted to achieve - The Asean Economic Community.
4 January 2016 | Power Engineering
Industry urged to boost its readiness in the event of a threat.