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What does NEA stand for?

NEA stands for Nuclear Energy Agency

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Industry organisations already confirmed as sending senior representatives to contribute to the nuclear debate include: Tokyo Electric Power Co, International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), OECD Nuclear Energy Agency, Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, Westinghouse Electric Co, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Electricite de France S.
The false news of an explosion at Fordow is Western propaganda ahead of nuclear negotiations to influence their process and outcome," IRNA quoted deputy Iranian nuclear energy agency chief Saeed Shamseddin Bar Broudi as saying.
But in the long run, high capital cost coal and nuclear will also suffer because lower average peak power prices will make it more difficult for them to raise finance to build new plants, according to a new study by the OECD's Nuclear Energy Agency.
Amman, Safar 3, 1433, Dec 28, 2011, SPA -- Chairman of the Jordan Atomic Energy Agency (JAEA) Khaled Touqan on Wednesday discussed with a delegation from the National Nuclear Energy Agency of Indonesia (BATAN) cooperation between Jordan and Indonesia in the nuclear energy field.
In Paris on Wednesday, the OECD's Nuclear Energy Agency is scheduled to hold a forum of nuclear safety experts from various countries to discuss the ongoing crisis at the Fukushima plant, which has been crippled since the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
lt;strong>International Nuclear and Radiological Event Scale</strong> INES is the rating, which International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Nuclear Energy Agency, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD/NEA) established and proposed to the Member States in March 1992, in order to indicate the impact on safety by the individual event in a nuclear facility and so on.