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Response to Friends of the Earth News Release on MOX Fuel
Please see below a response from a DOE National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) spokesperson to an innaccurate and misleading new release issued yesterday by an anti-nuclear organization regarding MOX fuel and the MOX Fuel Fabrication Facility under construction at the Savannah River Site in South...
Fri, Nov 13 2009
Anne Lauvergeon Featured in Fall 2009 Issue of Daedalus
The Fall 2009 Issue of Dædalus, a quarterly publication from the American Academy of Arts & Sciences, focuses on nuclear energy and features an article written by AREVA CEO Anne Lauvergeon. Dædalus, founded in 1955, features essays from country’s most prominent thought-leaders. This year’s Fall...
Tue, Oct 13 2009
Profile of AREVA Federal Services
by Lisa Peterson Who are we? AREVA subsidiary, AREVA Federal Services, works to support the Department of Energy in projects throughout the United States. Some of the important work going on right now includes nuclear engineering services, such as nuclear waste cleanup activities, nuclear nonproliferation...
Wed, Oct 7 2009
Augusta Chronicle Spotlights MOX Project Non-Proliferation Objectives
Rob Pavey of The Augusta Chronicle coined the project “a new mission for an old plant,” as the Mixed Oxide (MOX) Fuel Fabrication Facility, currently under construction by Shaw AREVA MOX Services on the Department of Energy Savannah River Site, becomes an integral part of a global effort for nuclear...
Thu, Aug 27 2009
“View Nuclear Renaissance as an Opportunity, Not a Threat”
For nearly half a century, non-proliferation treaties and other multinational collaborations have helped facilitate the safe expansion of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes. But some wonder whether the benefits of the so-called “nuclear renaissance” are worth the increased risks of the technology...
Fri, Aug 21 2009
Another step forward for the MOX Project
On Thursday, the Tennessee Valley Authority signed a letter of intent agreeing to evaluate using mixed-oxide (MOX) recycled fuel in two or more of their nuclear reactors. This is a positive step for Shaw AREVA MOX Services LLC, which is currently constructing the MOX Fuel fabrication Facility in South...
Mon, Jul 20 2009
Dr. Alan Hanson of AREVA Testifies before the House Committee on Science and Technology
The House Committee on Science and Technology spent the morning listening to information on nuclear fuel recycling from AREVA’s Dr. Alan Hanson, Executive Vice-President of Technology and Used Fuel Management. Some highlights include Hanson’s analysis of the main benefits and criticisms of recycling...
Wed, Jun 17 2009
AREVA’s Commitment to Nonproliferation Already in Action
Yesterday, President Obama said in a BBC interview: “Without going into specifics, what I do believe is that Iran has legitimate energy concerns, legitimate aspirations. On the other hand, the international community has a very real interest in preventing a nuclear arms race in the region.”...
Wed, Jun 3 2009
Anne Lauvergeon (AREVA CEO) on Non-Proliferation (Part IV)
Anne Lauvergeon is CEO of AREVA. This speech was given at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s 2009 Conference on Nonproliferation in Washington, D.C. on April 6, 2009. Previously: Part I - Part II - Part III The nuclear industry itself can play an important role in making the acquisition...
Thu, Apr 16 2009
Anne Lauvergeon (AREVA CEO) on Non-Proliferation (Part III)
Anne Lauvergeon is CEO of AREVA. This speech was given at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s 2009 Conference on Nonproliferation in Washington, D.C. on April 6, 2009. Previously: Part I - Part II In considering the global nuclear renaissance, we need to pay special heed to the interests...
Wed, Apr 15 2009
Anne Lauvergeon (AREVA CEO) on Non-Proliferation (Part II)
Anne Lauvergeon is CEO of AREVA. This speech was given at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s 2009 Conference on Nonproliferation in Washington, D.C. on April 6, 2009. Previously: Part I Of course, the responsibility for ensuring an effective regime to prevent the spread of nuclear...
Tue, Apr 14 2009
Anne Lauvergeon (AREVA CEO) on Non-Proliferation (Part I)
Anne Lauvergeon is CEO of AREVA. This speech was given at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace’s 2009 Conference on Nonproliferation in Washington, D.C. on April 6, 2009. This is Part I of her speech; we’ll be posting more in the upcoming days. Dear Jessica Matthews, Excellencies...
Mon, Apr 13 2009
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