FORATOM

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FORATOMEuropean Atomic Forum (European nuclear industry trade association)
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Foratom, however, says nuclear win feature strongly in the low-carbon energy mix in the EU in 2050, despite Fukushima, and will continue to provide a third of the electricity consumed.
Poncelet said that one of Foratom's recommendations to the nuclear industry, to ensure its survival, was for financial provisions for radioactive waste programmes: "Let's demonstrate that we have the money to do it.
"Technically and economically viable solutions for the management of radioactive waste exist," said FORATOM Director-General Santiago San Antonio.
This conference, organised by nuclear industry association FORATOM, examines the issues surrounding management of radioactive waste and public acceptance.
The European nuclear industry association FORATOM welcomed a decision by the Italian parliament to end a ban on the use of nuclear energy.
The European nuclear industry association FORATOM has expressed disappointment at the decision by the Spanish government to only grant an operating license to the Santa Maria de Garona nuclear power plant (NPP) for a further four more years.
The nuclear industry association FORATOM welcomed the new rules adopted at the Environment Council in Luxembourg.
"Safety has always been, and will always remain, our industry's primary consideration," said FORATOM's Director-General Santiago San Antonio.
The Commission's proposal is not fundamentally new, according to Sami Tulonen, institutional affairs director at the European Atomic Forum FORATOM. He also detects several vague elements, notably on the role of the Commission.
Once again, the energy security and climate change credentials of nuclear energy have helped convince an EU member state to invest in a nuclear tomorrow," said Santiago San Antonio, director-general of nuclear industry association FORATOM. Slovakia, though, has for the moment postponed its decision to restart closed blocks at its Jaslovske Bohunice nuclear power plant.
Whilst welcoming the updated fifth Nuclear Illustrative Programme (PINC), Santiago San Antonio, director-general of FORATOM, the nuclear industry trade association, called for the EC to come up with more concrete measures and a plan of action to promote nuclear energy as a low-carbon energy solution.
The Commission's proposal is not fundamentally new, according to Sami Tulonen, institutional affairs director at the European Atomic Forum FORATOM. Tulonen also detects several vague elements, notably on the role of the Commission.