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INFRASTRUCTURAL DEVELOPMENT - NUCLEAR ENERGY

ENEC announces completion of several major construction milestones on Unit 2 of the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant

Posted on 30/11/2015

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, yesterday announced the completion of several major construction milestones on Unit 2 of the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant for the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme. These include the completion of the 2,000 tonne containment liner plate for the Reactor Containment Building (RCB) including placement of the upper dome, lifting the pressuriser into place and lifting the roof frame for the Unit 2 main control room. According to ENEC, the ...  >>MORE

UAE Nuclear Regulator holds Public Forum in Abu Dhabi

Posted on 11/11/2015

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, hosted a forum yesterday in Abu Dhabi to boost public awareness of FANR's role in overseeing the safe, secure and peaceful uses of nuclear energy in the UAE. The well-attended session featured a panel of FANR experts who described how FANR is establishing a framework of regulations to maximise the safety of nuclear and radiological activities in the country and to ensure that these activities are carried out in a way that protects workers, ...  >>MORE

UAE nuclear regulator signs worker safety MoU with Abu Dhabi Occupational Safety and Health Centre

Posted on 01/10/2015

The United Arab Emirates' Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, and the Abu Dhabi Occupational Safety and Health Centre, OSHAD, yesterday signed a Memorandum of Understanding to cooperate on ensuring worker safety and protecting workers' health in the UAE. The Memorandum was signed in Abu Dhabi by FANR Director-General, Christer Viktorsson, and OSHAD Director-General, Dr. Jaber Al Jaberi. The Memorandum aims to clarify the roles and responsibilities of the two agencies, to oversee ...  >>MORE

FANR, US Nuclear Regulator renew cooperation agreement

Posted on 18/09/2015

VIENNA: The United Arab Emirates' Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) and the United States' Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) have renewed an arrangement to cooperate on nuclear safety matters. The five-year arrangement was signed in Vienna, Austria, on 15th September, by Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi, Deputy Chairman of FANR's Board of Management, and NRC Chairman Stephen G. Burns as both attended the annual International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General Conference. The ...  >>MORE

UAE renews commitment to working closely with IAEA

Posted on 17/09/2015

VIENNA: The United Arab Emirates has reiterated its commitment to working closely with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and conforming to its standards, as underlined in my Government nuclear policy principles, saying the Agency's role remains central and crucial to the peaceful use of nuclear technology, serving both the advancement of national nuclear power programmes, and other non-power applications. Addressing the IAEA's General Conference's 59th Session yesterday, UAE ...  >>MORE

FANR and Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute sign Nuclear Safety Cooperation Agreement

Posted on 17/09/2015

VIENNA: The United Arab Emirates' Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, and the Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, KAERI, signed a Memorandum of Understanding, MoU, last Monday to promote cooperation in the field of nuclear safety with respect to light-water nuclear power reactors. The MoU was signed in Vienna, Austria, by Ambassador Hamad Alkaabi, Deputy Chairman of FANR's Board of Management, and KAERI President, Dr. Jong Kyung Kim, on the side-lines of the annual ...  >>MORE

ENEC completes installation of unit 2 steam generators at BARAKAH

Posted on 17/09/2015

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, has announced the completion of yet another safe and on-time milestone in the development of the country's first nuclear energy plant, with the successful installation of its Unit 2 Steam Generators, SGs, at Barakah. The two huge stainless steel SG units, which are similar in length to a tennis court, were manufactured in South Korea over a period of four years by Doosan Heavy Industries, part of ENEC's Korean Prime Contractor consortium. ...  >>MORE

Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation empowered to enforce UAE’s Nuclear Safety & Security Rules

Posted on 14/09/2015

The Cabinet of the United Arab Emirates published a resolution on 16 August 2015 specifying the administrative penalties that UAE persons and organisations now face for non-compliance with the Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation's (FANR) nuclear and radiation-related regulations. Cabinet Resolution No. 27 of 2015 (link to Arabic text) empowers FANR to enforce safety, security and safeguards regulations by applying a number of administrative penalties such as fines, suspension or ...  >>MORE

UAE Energy Minister commemorates Barakah as world leader in nuclear construction

Posted on 03/09/2015

Under the patronage of Suhail Mohamed Faraj Al Mazrouei, UAE Minister of Energy, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, yesterday celebrated a key milestone for the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme, as Barakah becomes the world's leading nuclear energy construction site with four identical reactors being safely constructed simultaneously in one site. The milestone was achieved following the commencement of nuclear-related construction (regulated construction activity related ...  >>MORE

ENEC in numbers

Posted on 03/09/2015

Celebrating a key milestone for the UAE peaceful nuclear energy programme, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has released the following fact sheet, as Barakah becomes the world's leading nuclear energy construction site with four identical reactors being safely constructed simultaneously in one site. Safety: 1. At ENEC, safety is our overarching priority. Nothing is more important than the safety of our site, our community and the environment. 2. In line with this commitment, ...  >>MORE

UAE delegation attends LEU Bank launching ceremony

Posted on 29/08/2015

ASTANA: A delegation from the United Arab Emirates attended the signing of an agreement today between the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and Kazakhstan to set up the IAEA Low Enriched Uranium (LEU) Bank in Oskemen, Kazakhstan. A delegation from the UAE, headed by Ahmed Juma Al Za'abi, Deputy Minister for Presidential Affairs, attended the signing ceremony in Astana, along with the signatories, Erlan A. Idrisov, Foreign Minister of Kazakhstan, and Yukiya Amano, IAEA Director ...  >>MORE

ENEC CEO appointed to board of World Association of Nuclear Operators

Posted on 24/08/2015

The Chief Executive Officer at Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, Mohamed Al Hammadi, has been appointed as the newest member of the World Association of Nuclear Operators', WANO, Atlanta Centre, AC, Governing Board. The AC is one of WANO's four key regional centres worldwide and Al Hammadi's new appointment follows a unanimous vote at the Governing Board's most recent meeting in June. The selection of ENEC's CEO as the latest AC Governor serves to highlight the UAE's continued ...  >>MORE

US$2.5 billion in contracts awarded to local companies participating in UAE peaceful nuclear energy programme

Posted on 19/08/2015

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, yesterday announced contracts with UAE companies totalling more than US$ 2.5 billion (Dh 9.15 billion) for the construction of the country's first nuclear energy plants. More than 1,100 UAE companies have been contracted for the delivery of products and services at Barakah, in the Western Region of Abu Dhabi. ENEC said that this achievement further facilitates the development of a local nuclear energy industry supply chain and contributes directly ...  >>MORE

UAE to take part in launch of nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan on 27th August

Posted on 19/08/2015

The UAE will take part in the official ceremony to launch the nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan on 27th August, in the presence of delegates of states, which support the project and representatives of the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council. The Government of Kazakhstan will sign during the ceremony an agreement with the International Atomic Energy Agency on the establishment of the World Bank for low-enriched uranium "nuclear Bank". It is scheduled that the first ...  >>MORE

ENEC installs second simulator, completes major upgENEC installs second simulator, completes major upgrade at Barakah Simulator Training Centrerade at Baraka Simulator Training Centre

Posted on 27/07/2015

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) has successfully installed its second full scope APR-1400 training simulator this week at the organisation's Simulator Training Centre (STC) Barakah. The occasion also marked the successful completion of a major upgrade to ENEC's first full scope simulator, initially delivered in April 2014. The upgrade consists of custom-designed modelling data applied to both simulators to make the technology more specific to the unique environment of Barakah ...  >>MORE

Khalifa congratulates Iranian President on nuclear agreement

Posted on 15/07/2015

President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan has sent a cable to President Hassan Rouhani of the Islamic Republic of Iran, congratulating him on the historic nuclear agreement signed yesterday in Vienna between Iran and the P5+1 group. Sheikh Khalifa expressed the hope that the agreement will contribute to regional security and stability. Vice President and Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, and His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin ...  >>MORE

Mohamed bin Zayed receives telephone call from President Obama

Posted on 15/07/2015

His Highness Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi and Deputy Supreme Commander of the UAE Armed Forces, has received a telephone call from US President Barack Obama who briefed him on the final nuclear deal about Iran's nuclear programme and the guarantees provided for in the agreement. H.H. Sheikh Mohamed expressed the hope that this agreement would put an end to Iran's military nuclear ambitions and bolster the hope for making the region free of weapons of mass ...  >>MORE

Iran nuclear deal to turn new page for regional ties, says UAE source

Posted on 15/07/2015

The nuclear deal with Iran could provide a true opportunity for a new chapter in regional relations and the Iranian role in the region, a UAE official source has said. "Iran could play a (significant) role in the region if it revises its policy and stops interfering in the internal affairs of countries like Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and Yemen," the official told Agence France Presse (AFP) yesterday. "The new direction we hope to see accompanying the historic nuclear deal would be for Iran to ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks public comment on Regulation for Decommissioning of Facilities

Posted on 01/07/2015

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, has yesterday released a draft nuclear safety regulation document and invited the public to review the draft and make their comments. FANR's draft Regulation 21 for Decommissioning of Facilities establishes the requirements to safely decommission places where nuclear energy or radioactive materials have been used. These requirements address all aspects of the decommissioning process, from the siting and design of a facility to the termination ...  >>MORE

Hamdan bin Zayed witnesses ceremony to mark installation of Unit 2 Reactor Vessel at Barakah

Posted on 18/06/2015

H.H. Sheikh Hamdan bin Zayed Al Nahyan, Ruler's Representative in the Western Region, has confirmed that the major infrastructure projects currently being implemented the Western Region are fully suited to meet the economic and social needs of the community, and will support the rapid pace of development in the region. Sheikh Hamdan emphasised the necessity of advancing towards the goals of the Al Gharbia 2030 Plan, which aims to achieve sustainable development in the Western Region. This ...  >>MORE

UAE women in nuclear industry celebrated

Posted on 02/06/2015

The region's first organisation supporting the role of women in the nuclear industry has been honoured by the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec). The Women in Nuclear (WiN) chapter celebrated its first anniversary with two industry events, in Abu Dhabi and at Enec's Barakah site in the Western Region where global nuclear experts attended. "I am extremely proud to be supporting the Enec WiN chapter,” said Sheikha Lubna Al Qasimi, Minister of International Cooperation and Development. ...  >>MORE

UAE’s nuclear energy projects to be delivered on time

Posted on 01/06/2015

The UAE's nuclear energy projects, developed by Emirates Nuclear Energy Company (Enec), are making progress, with the reactors expected to be delivered on time, said Jeffrey Benjamin, senior vice-president of nuclear power plants at Westinghouse Electric Company. "We continue to see very solid progress on the projects. I can't speak for Enec, but everything I'm seeing and hearing gives me high confidence that these projects are being well-managed,” he said. Benjamin was speaking to reporters ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks public comment on draft regulatory guide on UAE’s international nuclear safeguards obligations

Posted on 27/05/2015

The United Arab Emirate's Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) yesterday released a draft safeguards regulatory guide and invited the public to review the draft and comment. FANR has drafted Regulatory Guide 15 for the Implementation of the Obligations and Requirements of the Additional Protocol to the UAE Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement, which provides guidance to FANR's licensees involved in activities such as handling nuclear material and conducting nuclear fuel cycle-related ...  >>MORE

Future of UAE’s renewable energy programmes in good hands

Posted on 24/05/2015

SEOUL: To support her country's foray into the atomic energy sector, Marwa Al Shehhi has looked further afield – to South Korea. "Nuclear energy is interesting all over the world, and hearing that my country was adopting safe nuclear energy really made me proud. So I wanted to take part in that initiative,” said the student, who earlier this year started a two-year master's programme in nuclear engineering and power plant management at Kings Kepco International Nuclear Graduate School in ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks public comment on draft Regulatory Guide for Safety Significance Evaluations for Modifications for Nuclear Facilities

Posted on 22/05/2015

The United Arab Emirate's Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) today released a draft nuclear safety regulatory guide and invited the public to review the draft and comment. FANR has drafted Regulatory Guide 23 for Safety Significance Evaluations for Modifications for Nuclear Facilities, which provides guidance on the process and criteria that FANR licensees should use to determine when prior regulatory approval is required to implement modifications at nuclear facilities. The ...  >>MORE

UAE presents status of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management at IAEA

Posted on 19/05/2015

The UAE has presented the status of its plans for managing spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste to participants at a meeting at the International Atomic Energy Agency Headquarters, IAEA, in Vienna, Austria. The UAE delegation gave the presentation as a contracting party to the joint convention on the Safety of Spent Fuel Management and on the Safety of Radioactive Waste Management. This was the second time that the UAE has participated in the joint convention review meetings which are held ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks public comment on draft Regulatory Guide for Nuclear Facility Construction and Operating Licence Applications

Posted on 18/05/2015

The UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, yesterday released a draft nuclear safety regulatory guide and invited the public to review the draft and comment. FANR has drafted a revision to Regulatory Guide 001 for Content of Nuclear Facility Construction and Operating Licence Applications, which provides FANR's guidance for licencees applying for a licence to build or operate nuclear facilities in the UAE. The updated guide reflects changes made to the UAE's regulatory framework ...  >>MORE

IAEA experts find effective UAE progress made towards preparing for a Nuclear Power Plant Emergency

Posted on 01/04/2015

The United Arab Emirates is establishing effective nuclear emergency management arrangements that build upon the nation's existing emergency response system, according to a team of international safety experts, that yesterday completed an 11-day review of the UAE's planning efforts. At the UAE's request, the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, assembled an Emergency Preparedness Review, EPREV, service comprising seven international and IAEA experts to examine the UAE's progress in ...  >>MORE

ENEC submits operating license application to FANR for Barakah Units 1 & 2

Posted on 27/03/2015

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) announced yesterday that it has filed the Operating License Application (OLA) for Barakah Units 1 & 2 with the United Arab Emirates' (UAE) Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR). The submittal follows a five year-long process in which ENEC and the Korea Electric Power Corporation (KEPCO), the Prime Contractor of ENEC's program, documented the safety of the planned operations and maintenance of the Barakah plant and its adherence to the ...  >>MORE

South Korea and UAE strategic partnership will strengthen bilateral ties in nuclear energy: Park Geun-hye

Posted on 06/03/2015

Korean President Park Geun-hye has said that South Korea and UAE have become strategic partners and this relationship will strengthen the ties of two countries in the field of nuclear energy. She has also said that Korea is looking forward to cooperate with the UAE companies to enhance their presence in Asia, and to Korean companies to expand their business in the Middle East. Speaking at the UAE-Korea Business Forum in Abu Dhabi on Thursday, she said, "forty years since the establishment of ...  >>MORE

ENEC wins major honour for ‘Building Risk Management Capability’ At Global Risk Awards

Posted on 23/02/2015

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, the organisation responsible for the development and operation of the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme, has won a major award in the ‘Building Risk Management Capability' category at the Institute of Risk Management's (IRM) 2015 Global Risk Awards. Over 30 well-known organisations from all over the globe submitted entries to the category, and ENEC was chosen as winner by the judging panel of more than 30 leading risk management ...  >>MORE

International Experts commend UAE’s Progress on Nuclear Regulatory Framework

Posted on 09/02/2015

The United Arab Emirate's Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) has continued its strong progress towards developing a regulatory framework for nuclear safety in the nation, according to a team of international safety experts that completed a one-week review of that framework. At the UAEs' request, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) assembled a team of 10 international and IAEA experts to examine FANR's progress towards implementing recommendations and suggestions made by ...  >>MORE

Al Kaabi speaks about UAE's Journey to Nuclear Power: From Consideration to Construction

Posted on 05/02/2015

VIENNA, 5th February, 2015 (WAM) :-- The UAE decided to embark on nuclear power in 2008, becoming in 2012 the first 'newcomer' country in 27 years to start constructing its first reactor, Ambassador Hamad Al Kaabi, Resident Representative of the United Arab Emirates to the IAEA. 'Upon taking the decision to embark on a national nuclear power programme, the Government took into consideration all elements required for developing a successful programme, Ambassador Al Kaabi said in an interview ...  >>MORE

ENEC completes concrete dome for Unit 1 Reactor Containment Building

Posted on 14/01/2015

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, yesterday announced the completion of the construction of the concrete dome for the Unit 1 Reactor Containment Building. The completion of the dome earlier this week marks the achievement of another on-time milestone in the complex construction of the UAE's first nuclear energy plant. The dome is the final structural component of the vast Reactor Containment Building (RCB), which now measures more than 70 metres in height. The RCB houses the ...  >>MORE

ENEC's CEO: First UAE nuclear plant to start in 2017: official

Posted on 23/12/2014

The first of four nuclear reactors being built by the United Arab Emirates will come online in 2017 and the rest will be fully operational by 2020, CEO of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp (ENEC), Mohammed Al Hammadi, said Monday. "When they become fully operational in 2020, they will generate 25 percent of UAE power needs," Al Hammadi told the 10th Arab Energy Conference in Abu Dhabi taking place at Viceroy Hotel, Yas Island, Abu Dhabi. He said that 61 percent of the first nuclear reactor has ...  >>MORE

ENEC public forums focus on the latest updates in the UAE’s peaceful nuclear energy programme

Posted on 19/12/2014

Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, the organisation responsible for the development and operation of the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme, recently held public forums in Silla and Abu Dhabi. Attendees at Silla and the Abu Dhabi public forum heard from the CEO and Senior Management on the latest developments and progress of the UAE's nuclear energy programme. The forums were held in Silla, which welcomed more than 300 attendees, and Abu Dhabi at the ADNEC Exhibition Centre, ...  >>MORE

UAE Permanent Mission to the IAEA hosts workshop on nuclear safety and security

Posted on 16/12/2014

Vienna: Amidst projections of steep world demands for energy by 2020, nuclear energy will become a promising environmental and commercial option in the future for securing energy and fuelling national economies, Hamad Alkaabi, UAE Permanent Representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), has said. Alkaabi noted that the UAE had made significant progress in preparing the infrastructure required for building its peaceful nuclear energy programme, enacted a federal law to ...  >>MORE

ENEC to host open public forums in Abu Dhabi and Silla

Posted on 15/12/2014

The Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation, ENEC, is to hold two public forums as part of its on-going commitment to community engagement which focuses on education and awareness of nuclear energy as the company develops the nation's first nuclear power plant under the UAE's peaceful nuclear energy programme. The forums are in Silla in the Western Region on 16th December, and in Abu Dhabi on 17th December. ENEC's CEO, Mohamed Al Hammadi, as well as members of the senior leadership team, will ...  >>MORE

UAE's nuclear regulator seeks public comment on draft radiation safety regulation

Posted on 21/11/2014

The UAE's Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) yesterday released a draft radiation safety regulation and invited the public to review the draft and comment. FANR's draft Regulation 19 for Existing Exposure Situations sets legal requirements for managing situations in which controls could be established over unplanned events involving radiation exposure. Such exposures could come from naturally occurring radioactive materials such as radon, from residual radioactive material after a ...  >>MORE

FANR seeks public comment on FANR-REG-26, FANR-RG-018

Posted on 05/11/2014

The Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation, FANR, yesterday released a draft of radiation safety regulations together with its supporting regulatory guide, and invited the public to review the drafts and comment. FANR's Regulation 26 for Pre-disposal Management of Radioactive Waste (FANR-REG-26) sets the requirements for the pre-disposal management of radioactive waste arising from a regulated activity carried out using regulated material other than in nuclear facilities. Additional ...  >>MORE

First Emirati nuclear engineers graduate

Posted on 27/10/2014

Around 40 Emirati students are now ready to contribute to the delivery of the U.A.E.'s peaceful nuclear energy programme, the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) announced yesterday. The graduates are the country's first fully qualified nuclear energy engineers, who will be responsible for ensuring the first nuclear energy plant is operated and maintained to the highest standards of safety when it begins operations in 2017. "Maintenance engineers play an instrumental role in ensuring ...  >>MORE

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ENEC announces completion of several major construction milestones on Unit 2 of the Barakah Nuclear Power Plant


UAE Nuclear Regulator holds Public Forum in Abu Dhabi


UAE nuclear regulator signs worker safety MoU with Abu Dhabi Occupational Safety and Health Centre


FANR, US Nuclear Regulator renew cooperation agreement


UAE renews commitment to working closely with IAEA


FANR and Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute sign Nuclear Safety Cooperation Agreement


ENEC completes installation of unit 2 steam generators at BARAKAH


Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation empowered to enforce UAE’s Nuclear Safety & Security Rules


UAE Energy Minister commemorates Barakah as world leader in nuclear construction


ENEC in numbers


UAE delegation attends LEU Bank launching ceremony


ENEC CEO appointed to board of World Association of Nuclear Operators


US$2.5 billion in contracts awarded to local companies participating in UAE peaceful nuclear energy programme


UAE to take part in launch of nuclear fuel bank in Kazakhstan on 27th August


ENEC installs second simulator, completes major upgENEC installs second simulator, completes major upgrade at Barakah Simulator Training Centrerade at Baraka Simulator Training Centre


Khalifa congratulates Iranian President on nuclear agreement


Mohamed bin Zayed receives telephone call from President Obama


Iran nuclear deal to turn new page for regional ties, says UAE source


FANR seeks public comment on Regulation for Decommissioning of Facilities


Hamdan bin Zayed witnesses ceremony to mark installation of Unit 2 Reactor Vessel at Barakah


UAE women in nuclear industry celebrated


UAE’s nuclear energy projects to be delivered on time


FANR seeks public comment on draft regulatory guide on UAE’s international nuclear safeguards obligations


Future of UAE’s renewable energy programmes in good hands


FANR seeks public comment on draft Regulatory Guide for Safety Significance Evaluations for Modifications for Nuclear Facilities


UAE presents status of spent nuclear fuel and radioactive waste management at IAEA


FANR seeks public comment on draft Regulatory Guide for Nuclear Facility Construction and Operating Licence Applications


IAEA experts find effective UAE progress made towards preparing for a Nuclear Power Plant Emergency


ENEC submits operating license application to FANR for Barakah Units 1 & 2


South Korea and UAE strategic partnership will strengthen bilateral ties in nuclear energy: Park Geun-hye


ENEC wins major honour for ‘Building Risk Management Capability’ At Global Risk Awards


International Experts commend UAE’s Progress on Nuclear Regulatory Framework


Al Kaabi speaks about UAE's Journey to Nuclear Power: From Consideration to Construction


ENEC completes concrete dome for Unit 1 Reactor Containment Building


ENEC's CEO: First UAE nuclear plant to start in 2017: official


ENEC public forums focus on the latest updates in the UAE’s peaceful nuclear energy programme


UAE Permanent Mission to the IAEA hosts workshop on nuclear safety and security


ENEC to host open public forums in Abu Dhabi and Silla


UAE's nuclear regulator seeks public comment on draft radiation safety regulation


FANR seeks public comment on FANR-REG-26, FANR-RG-018


First Emirati nuclear engineers graduate