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Germany‘s Reactor Safety Commission (RSK) has published an opinion on crack zones in the reactor pressure vessels of the Tihange 2 and Doel 3 nuclear power plants. Most of the German experts‘ questions relating to safety issues are now resolved. more

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The German-Belgian Nuclear Commission held its second meeting in Brussels yesterday and the day before, continuing information and experience sharing between the German and Belgian nuclear regulators. The two countries adopted the format at the end of 2016. This year, the talks focused again on the findings discovered at the Tihange 2 und Doel 3 nuclear power plants close to the German border. more

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The federal government and the federal states activate a new portal at www.nuclearsafety.de This website compiles and presents information on nuclear safety. more

For the first time since the 2011 decision to phase out nuclear power in Germany, a nuclear power plant (NPP) has been granted a licence for decommissioning and dismantling. Work on NPP Isar 1 can now get underway. Phase 1 of dismantling will be completed by 2023, phase 2 by 2026. The NPP site is only expected to be released from the scope of application of the Atomic Energy Act in around 2040. more

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At the International Conference on Nuclear Security on 5 December, the German government pressed for the global strengthening of protection against terrorist attacks with nuclear material. Since broadening the scope of the International Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Material, the next step must be to establish an internationally binding framework for other radioactive materials as well. more