Africa Energy: Zambia Keen on Expanding Nuclear Energy Cooperation With Russia

Africa Energy: Zambia Keen on Expanding Nuclear Energy Cooperation With Russia

In 2017, Russia and Zambia signed a deal to cooperate in the construction of a nuclear science and technology centre in Zambia, which is expected to begin in 2019. Sputnik spoke on the issue as well as on additional prospects for cooperation between the two countries with Zambian Minister of Foreign Affairs Joseph Malanji. Advertisements

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Africa Energy: “South Africa and Russia Nuclear agreement over” – Energy Minister

  Minister of Energy Jeff Radebe told eNCA on Sunday evening that South Africa no longer had an agreement with the Russians to procure for the development of nuclear energy for the country.

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Global Energy: The world’s safest source of energy will surprise you

When it comes to conversations on energy, it’s hard to leave your feelings at the door. It’s arguable that energy is the single most important driver of human progress – it’s a multi-trillion dollar industry that powers our daily lives, technological advancements, and even the economic development of entire countries. At the same time, our choices around energy can have significant consequences. How we decide to generate energy can decimate the environment, fuel political conflicts, and…

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Africa Energy: Egypt to Go Nuclear by 2026

Egypt’s planned nuclear plant, El Dabaa, should see commercial operations star up in 2026 according to the country’s Minister of Electricity and Renewable Energy, Mohamed Shaker in a Amwal Al Ghad report. The plant will contain four nuclear units and be able to produce 4,800 MW of electricity.

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OILPRICE: Is France’s Love Affair with Nuclear Over?

French President Francois Hollande has promised to limit the growth of the country’s nuclear power, many older reactors have been targeted for decommissioning, and Greenpeace and other environmental groups have been relentless in their anti-nuclear campaigning. But until now, it seemed unlikely that France would ever truly rethink its love affair with nuclear power.

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A Short Reflection on Obama’s New Environmental Policy – A Dagger to the Heart of USA King Coal

US President Barack Obama unveiled Monday his awaited new environmental policy aimed to curb the country’s greenhouse gas emissions by 30% by 2030, with all the states having until 2017 to comply with the new rules.

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