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  1. Nuclear Decommissioning Services to Reach $8.55 Billion by 2021

    By Editors of Power Engineering A new report by Research and Markets indicates the global nuclear decommissioning services market is projected to reach $8.55 billion by 2021 with a compound annual growth rate of 12.1 percent over the next five years. The report, Nuclear Decommissioning Services Market – Global Forecast to 2021 , attributed the growth to nuclear accidents and rising political pressure for pre-closure of nuclear plants. Europe will have the largest share of nuclear phaseouts , followed by North America and Asia-Pacific. However, Research and Markets estimated Asia-Pacific will see the fastest growth, due to a larger number of nuclear plants in Japan and South Korea. Immediate dismantling will have the largest market size over the forecast period compared to deferred dismantling and entombment, due to early phaseouts of nuclear power plants in Germany and Italy. On average, decommissioning costs range from $600 million to $750 million per plant. The report, Nuclear Decommissioning Services Market – Global Forecast to 2021 , attributed the growth to nuclear accidents and rising political pressure for pre-closure of nuclear plants.

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    Thu, 6 Oct 2016

  2. EU needs to address nuclear decommissioning inconsistencies

    Capgemini, the energy consultancy, has produced a report recommending more regulation for the EU's nuclear decommissioning sector.

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    Tue, 3 Nov 2015

  3. Areva to provide engineering services for UK nuclear decommissioning

    Areva signed a framework contract with the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) Shared Service Alliance to provide engineering services for nuclear power plant decommissioning.

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    Thu, 16 Jul 2015

  4. Decision on $11bn nuclear decommissioning contract imminent

    The Cavendish Fluor consortium has been chosen by the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority to carry out a major decommissioning programme of the country’s 12 nuclear sites.

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    Mon, 31 Mar 2014

  1. Babcock to aid EDF nuclear decommissioning in France

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    Mon, 12 Mar 2012

  2. UK's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority sells land to SSE, Iberdrola and GDF Suez consortium

    A consortium of utilities, Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE), Iberdrola and GDF Suez, have bought land on which it plans to build a 3.6 GW nuclear power station from the UK's Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) for GBP70m ($112m).

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    Thu, 29 Oct 2009

  3. Westinghouse Picked for Nuclear Decommissioning Activities in the UK

    Sellafield Ltd. picked Westinghouse Electric as part of two consortiums to perform separate decommissioning activities at the Sellafield site in the U.K.

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    Thu, 28 Jan 2016

  4. Costain wins nuclear decommissioning contract valued at over US $118MM

    Costain has won a £75 million (US $118 million) contract as part of the Bradwell nuclear power station clean up for nuclear decommissioning firm Magnox South Ltd.

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    Wed, 29 Sep 2010

  5. Chief executive appointed for UK Nuclear Decommissioning Authority

    The UK government announced today that Dr Ian Roxburgh is to join the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA) as its first CEO.

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    Wed, 1 Sep 2004

  6. Divers Used to Clean Former Cooling Ponds at Dungeness A

    In a first for nuclear decommissioning in the UK, divers are being used to clean up the former cooling ponds at Site A of the Dungeness Nuclear Power Station in the southeast of Kent, England.

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    Tue, 25 Oct 2016

  7. German nuclear decommissioning poses a ‘nightmare scenario’ - report

    A report by the German Green Party has warned that the funds set aside for the decommissioning of the country’s nuclear power plants are insufficient.

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    Thu, 30 Jul 2015

  8. Nuclear decommissioning cooperation agreement signed

    Vattenfall Europe Nuclear Energy (VENE) and E.ON Technologies (ETG) are cooperating on the decommissioning and dismantling of joint nuclear power plants.

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    Thu, 28 May 2015

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