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NTI, EFI Foundation, Clean Air Task Force, and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Discuss Responsible Nuclear Energy Expansion

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NTI, EFI Foundation, Clean Air Task Force, and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Discuss Responsible Nuclear Energy Expansion

Co-Chair and CEO of NTI and CEO and President of the EFI Foundation Ernest J. Moniz, Executive Director of CATF Armond Cohen, and experts from NTI, EFI Foundation, and CATF briefed Managing Director and CEO of ENEC His Excellency Mohamed Al Hammadi and ENEC staff on their work promoting the responsible, sustainable, and effective expansion of nuclear energy.

Nuclear Threat Initiative and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Partner on Second Nuclear Fuel Cycle Workshop

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Nuclear Threat Initiative and Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation Partner on Second Nuclear Fuel Cycle Workshop

The Nuclear Threat Initiative (NTI) and the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC) convened 30 experts from the United Arab Emirates and the United States on September 13, 2022 for a workshop on “The Nuclear Fuel Cycle in the Middle East: Prospects and Opportunities.”

Statement on the Nuclear Crisis at Zaporizhzhia

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Statement on the Nuclear Crisis at Zaporizhzhia

The Nuclear Threat Initiative is deeply concerned about the deteriorating nuclear safety and security situation at Ukraine’s Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

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