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Brand notes that since 2006, 18 nations have signed up for something similar, the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership.
gov, search for Francis Schwartz, see "Draft Global Nuclear Energy Partnership Programmatic Environmental Impact Statement" and click on "Send a comment or submission.
The elaborate US-initiated Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP) seeks to increase plutonium separation capacity around the world while successfully commercializing fast-neutron reactors that would effectively burn up the plutonium and associated transuranic elements produced in the process (thus reducing total volume of waste) by coordinating the efforts of interested national governments.
In 2006, the president introduced the Advanced Energy Initiative, which among other things, sets up a Global Nuclear Energy Partnership under the Department of Energy.
7 billion in fiscal year 2008 for his Advanced Energy Initiative (AEI) in hopes of addressing human impacts on the climate and will seek US$405 million for the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership (GNEP), Deputy Energy Secretary Clay Sell said Thursday at a Platts Energy Podium in Washington, D.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] The challenges of expanding nuclear energy are being addressed with the formation of the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership, an 11-nation consortium charged with developing global standards for design, construction and maintenance of nuclear facilities with the goal of reducing development costs while improving safety.
This approach is included in the Bush administration's Global Nuclear Energy Partnership initiative.
In a series of stories covering the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership, reporters George Lobsenz and Jeff Beattie found out about and reported the Bush Administration's far-reaching plan to change U.