It is the first reactor to pass the stress tests imposed after the Fukushima accident. While Japan is unlikely to commission any new nuclear projects, Tomari is positive news for the nuclear industry.
While the Japanese, Germans, Swiss and Italians have gone into a nuclear funk, it’s a case of “praise the Lord and pass the yellowcake” elsewhere.
Russia is testing its recently completed Kalinin nuclear plant, Lithuania is short-listing suppliers for a huge nuclear plant, while the United Arab Emirates is letting main contracts for its first nuclear complex.
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