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Core module of Linglong One is in place

On August 10th, the core module of the Linglong One reactor, a multi-purpose modular small reactor in Hainan, a subsidiary of China National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), was lifted and moved towards the nuclear island...

The core module of the Linglong One reactor passes final acceptance

On July 13th, the core module of the Linglong One reactor passed its acceptance test and will be shipped to Hainan Nuclear Power, marking a historic step in the modular manufacturing of small pressurized water reactor units...

ROSATOM plans to construct SHELF-M reactor plant in Chukotka

ROSATOM and the Government of Chukotka have signed an agreement to collaborate on the implementation of a small nuclear power plant project in the region based on the latest Russian SHELF-M reactor plant...

ROSATOM obtained a license for the first land-based SMR in Russia

On April 21, Rosenergoatom, a Joint-Stock Company, obtained a license issued by the Federal Service for the Supervision of Environment, Technology and Nuclear Management (Rostekhnadzor) to construct the Yakutsk land-based SMR in the Ust-Yansky District of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)...

China begins nuclear island installation of land-based small modular reactor

Shelf-M - Russian SMR

CNNC small modular reactor Linglong One installs heaviest component

NuScale - waste controversy

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Core module of Linglong One is in place

Core module of Linglong One is in place

Pressure vessel, evaporator and other key equipment were installed in one step, marking the peak phase of Linglong One's installation.



The secondary sources are already helping to reduce the consumption of natural uranium for the operation of nuclear power plants, but the main breakthrough in the efficiency of uranium use is expected after the widespread introduction of the closed nuclear fuel cycle (NFC).


Note Verbale from China to IAEA

Note Verbale from China to IAEA
On May 18, a workshop entitled 'The AUKUS and Article 14: Challenges Ahead' was organized by the Permanent Mission of China at the Vienna International Centre. The workshop was attended by more than 80 representatives from 31 Member States of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).