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The establishment of NETWG formalizes the efforts of the Nuclear Energy Tribal Leader Dialogue, established by the Office of Nuclear Energy (NE) in October 2013, which focused on topics such as the management of spent nuclear fuel and high-level radioactive waste, to include transportation and related emergency response planning activities, nuclear research and development, small modular reactors, and potential economic business opportunities.
The goal is to provide industry with a capability to understand and test how proposed changes to existing instrumentation and control systems will affect their plants," said Richard Reister, manager of the Department of Energy's Light Water Reactor Sustainability (LWRS) Program in the Office of Nuclear Energy.
Director of the Office of Nuclear Energy, Safety and Security in the Bureau of International Security and Non-Proliferation Richard Stratford said going forward the nuclear deal would also pave the way for American companies to build nuclear reactors in India.
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In addition, the IPP program is working with DOE's Office of Nuclear Energy to develop projects that support the Global Nuclear Energy Partnership--a DOE-led international effort to expand the use of civilian nuclear power.
The department's Office of Nuclear Energy Science and Technology will award over 100 new nuclear technology grants to 37 U.
To help achieve this recognized need, the Energy Department's Office of Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology is encouraging a wide-ranging study of the next-generation nuclear energy system--Generation IV--for development.
``It's been safely used for over 35 years on a number of NASA space missions,'' said Earl Wahlquist, associate director for space and defense power systems for the Department of Energy's office of nuclear energy.