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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, several factors needed to be taken into consideration — mainly location.

In 2011, following a major earthquake, a tsunami disabled the power supply and cooling of three Fukushima Daiichi reactors in Japan, causing a nuclear accident. The disaster led to the halt of several nuclear energy projects around the world including in Germany and China.


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