WNA at Work 2014 Edition

 

WNA at Work 2014 Edition

WNA at Work 2014 details how the WNA has been reshaped to meet the evolving needs of our members more effectively to created a more accountable, business-minded WNA that offers better value to all its members.

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  • Retortillo moves closer to production

    A mining licence for the Retortillo deposit in western Spain has been granted to Berkeley Resources by the regional government of Castilla and León. Retortillo would be Spain's only operating uranium mine but further permits are required before operations can begin. Click here to visit the WNN site and find out more

  • Nuclear helps Exelon achieve emissions goal

    Uprates of its existing nuclear power reactors has helped Exelon meet its self-imposed greenhouse gas emissions target seven years earlier than planned. The utility has called on US policymakers to recognize nuclear's role in meeting the country's emission reduction goals. Click here to visit the WNN site and find out more

  • Regulators fight third-time 'tax' on nuclear

    American nuclear power companies may have to pay to clean-up military enrichment sites - for the third time over. An independent association of regulators has joined industry to oppose the unwarranted 'tax'. Click here to visit the WNN site and find out more

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