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Rolls-Royce enlists Exelon to help deploy SMRs

Rolls-Royce and US utility Exelon Generation have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to pursue the potential for Exelon to operate small modular reactors both in the UK and internationally. The announcement came as the British engineering company also signed an MoU with Czech utility ČEZ to explore the potential for SMRs in the Czech Republic. The consortium comprises Assystem, Atkins, BAM Nuttall, Jacobs, Laing O'Rourke, National Nuclear Laboratory, Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre, Rolls-Royce and TWI.

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US regulator fines TVA for failing to follow startup procedures
Bron: NucNet10 november 2020
The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued notices of violation and three civil penalties totalling $903,471 to the Tennessee Valley Authority for failing to follow procedures when it restarted Unit 1 of its Watts Bar nuclear power station following a 2015 maintenance outage.

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European project to bolster earthquake protection
Bron: World Nuclear News9 november 2020
A new EU-funded project aims to improve confidence in nuclear safety by advancing the approach to seismic safety assessments for nuclear power plants. The 'methods and tools innovations for seismic risk assessment' (METIS) Horizon 2020 project is being led by France's EDF Group.
International Conference on Radiation Safety Kicks off Online
Bron: IAEA9 november 2020
The fully virtual IAEA Conference on Radiation Safety commenced today with over 1400 participants already registered to join the two week event from 9 to 20 November 2020.

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The US Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued notices of violation and three civil penalties totalling $903,471 to the Tennessee Valley Authority for failing to follow procedures when it restarted Unit 1 of its Watts Bar nuclear power station following a 2015 maintenance outage.

The NRC's four
A new EU-funded project aims to improve confidence in nuclear safety by advancing the approach to seismic safety assessments for nuclear power plants. The 'methods and tools innovations for seismic risk assessment' (METIS) Horizon 2020 project is being led by France's EDF Group.
The fully virtual IAEA Conference on Radiation Safety commenced today with over 1400 participants already registered to join the two week event from 9 to 20 November 2020.
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