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Rosatom, the Russian nuclear champion, got one of the last authorizations he was missing to build a mini-reactor (called "SMR") in Iakoutie, in northeastern Siberian, announced the group on Monday. The Russian nuclear safety authority gave a license for the construction of a 50 megawatt SMR (MW), the equivalent of a modest hydroelectric barrage, on the model of the one built for the icebreakers.
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" The construction of the SMR nuclear power plant should begin in 2024 , "says Rosatom, for a commissioned commissioning for 2028. civil industries. Nuclear developed countries, as well as many American start-ups, have embarked on a race for the development of an SMR. In this context, Russia has taken some lengths ahead of France. EDF, Technicatome and CEA have just launched first studies for the focus, by the end of the decade, a small modular reactor, baptized Nuward, with a power of 300 to 400 MW.
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Union Chancellor's Candidate Lashet does not believe from the veto right of a possible climate change. Green co-boss Robert Dabeck speaks of the "Climate Tüv". © Photo: DPA / Marius Becker Armin Laschet, Prime Minister of North Rhine-Westphalia, Federal Chairman and Chancellor's Candidate of the CDU CDU-Chief Armin Laschet has given the demand of the Greens according to a climate change subsidiary at the federal level a cancellation.
The Rosatom mini-reactor, a life of sixty years, must be constructed in a very remote area of a region itself isolated, the Raïon of Ust-Yansky, which borders the Arctic ocean. The Russian nuclear giant argues that this small plant will create 800 jobs in this region that lives from its reindeer livestock and its mines. However, explains a setting of Rosatom, "The Golden Mine of Koutchous (in Iakoutie) is the most important untapped mine of Russia. It is impossible to transport enough diesel until there (to power generators). The only possibility is to build a small nuclear power plant. "
in the image of the Siberian project, Rosatom aims, with its SMR, the remote areas of electrical networks.
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© Patrik Stollarz At the entrance of the premium aerotec of VAREL, in northern Germany, Monday. After announceting last year the elimination of 15,000 posts around the world, including 5,000 on French soil , Airbus still may skimselled its workforce in Germany and Romania. Monday, the world's first aerospace manufacturer announced a reorganization of its German subsidiary, Premium Aerotec GmbH (PAG).