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India seals nuclear energy pact with Sri Lanka, hopes to push back Chinese influence in island country

New Delhi: India sealed a nuclear energy agreement with Sri Lanka on Monday, its first breakthrough with the new government of the tiny island where China has been building ports and highways in a diplomatic push in recent years.

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Russia to help build Egypt's first nuclear power plant

The presidents of Russia and Egypt have announced after talks in Cairo that the two countries are to build Egypt's first nuclear power plant together, as well as boosting natural gas trade among other deals.

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Analysis: Last Tango for Nuclear Power?

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Everybody loves a comeback story. If you like the U.S. nuclear power industry, it’s a Michael Jordan-type gallant return. If you don’t like nukes, it’s more of a Gloria Swanson gruesome comeback in Sunset Boulevard.

Similar to both Jordan and Swanson’s character, Norma Desmond, the industry has tried more than one revival.

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AZ Senate Committee Says Nuclear Power Is a Renewable Energy Resource

Arizona is one step closer to officially declaring nuclear power a renewable-energy source. (Yes, you read that correctly.)

The Senate Committee on Water and Energy narrowly passed SB 1134, a bill that classifies "nuclear energy from sources fueled by uranium fuel rods that include 80 percent or more of recycled nuclear fuel and natural thorium reactor resources under development" to be a renewable-energy source. 

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Will the India-US nuclear deal work?

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"It's a joyous, happy moment," chimed Abhishek Manu Singhvi, a senior functionary of India's main opposition Congress party, after the US and India announced a breakthrough on a pact that will allow American companies to supply India with civilian nuclear technology.

It was a rare moment of bipartisan support for a deal which came during a heady opening day of President Barack Obama's landmark three-day visit to India.

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Will Obama Go Nuclear?

uclear energy is suddenly fashionable -- as new companies are looking to supplant the world's large, uranium-fueled nuclear reactors with kinds that use different fuels and coolants or perhaps even replace fission with fusion.

Two weeks ago, Martingale Inc. unveiled its plans for a molten-salt reactor. Last summer, LPP Fusion raised $180,000 on IndieGoGo to finance some of its research

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Energy minister says UAE heeds safety and security concerns as nuclear programme pushes ahead

The UAE energy minister Suhail Al Mazrouei said yesterday that the country’s nuclear power ambitions were on track even as global safety and security concerns hamper the outlook for the sector.

“[Pursuing nuclear power] doesn’t mean that we didn’t take some of the accidents — like Japan’s Fukushima — seriously,” said the minister. He added that to build nuclear power plants,

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Thorium Power Is the Safer Future of Nuclear Energy

Nuclear power has long been a contentious topic. It generates huge amounts of electricity with zero carbon emissions, and thus is held up as a solution to global energy woes. But it also entails several risks, including weapons development, meltdown, and the hazards of disposing of its waste products.

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China Renews Atomic Ambition With 5 Reactors Planned in 2015

China is expected to start building at least five nuclear reactors in 2015 while facing a further delay at a plant that had been slated to start this year.

The Sanmen project in the eastern province of Zhejiang is expected to come online at the beginning of 2016 after problems

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French energy minister wants new nuclear reactors

* First time minister clearly approved new nuclear plants


* Says some of EDF's plants can operate more than 40 years

* EDF shares climb more than 5 percent (Adds shares, trader comment)

By Michel Rose

PARIS, Jan 13 (Reuters) - France should build a new generation of nuclear reactors to

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