In December 2019, heads of states and governments of the EU countries reached a compromise regarding the status of nuclear energy in the framework of the block's climate neutrality 2050 targets.
Poland’s energy strategy has three main aims — security of energy supply, competitiveness and energy efficiency, and limiting the detrimental effect of energy policy on the environment.
Russian state energy company, Rosatom, treats Hungary as a key market for further European investments through the expansion of the Hungarian Paks nuclear power plant.
Serbia signed an agreement with Russian Nuclear Energy Corporation for the development of innovations and new technologies in the field of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes, primarily in medicine and agriculture.
The most cost-effective way to synchronize the energy systems of the Baltic states with the EU leads through Poland – these are the conclusions of the analysis carried out by the European Commission.
Poland is looking at “various options” for financing the country’s first nuclear power plant, said Energy Minister Krzysztof Tchorzewski.
American-Japanese company Westinghouse will build fuel element producing facilities for Ukraine’s nuclear powers plants as the country lowers the services of Russian company Rosatom, Ukraine's Minister of Energy and Coal...
The Lithuanian and Japanese governments have signed a memorandum of co-operation on nuclear energy matters, meanwhile Estonian government signed a deal with Russian Gazprom.
Bulgaria finally plans to build Kozloduy 7, a new nuclear reactor at the Kozloduy nuclear plant. The decision was announced by the Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov during his visit to China.