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18 June 2018
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Features

Getting SMRs on the map
With the potential for future deployment of small modular reactors (SMRs) to newcomer countries in the developing world, Anthony Wetherall outlines a proposed approach to legislative and regulatory frameworks that could speed up construction.

The birth of value-based maintenance
Mark Maras and Steve Malak explain how a new approach to maintenance developed by the US industry can help reduce nuclear generation costs.

Establishing infrastructure
With a growing number of countries looking to introduce nuclear power Milko Kovachev explains to NEI how the International Atomic Energy Agency can help with infrastructure development.

Breaking up Barsebäck
With decommissioning of Sweden’s first commercial nuclear plant progressing well, Per Segerud explains how lessons learned from segmenting the reactor internals at Barsebäck 2 are benefiting work now underway.

Winds of change – the Rosatom way
Rosatom has long been known for its nuclear power capabilities, but renewables are seemingly just as big a part of the picture as NEI explores.


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