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Text of report by Indian news agency PTI Kalpakkam (TN) [south India] 23 July: The Indo-US nuclear deal would liberate India from a technology denial regime since 1974 enforced after the country first tested its nuclear device and pave the way for "two-way traffic of exchange of inventions and discoveries," a top nuclear scientist said on Wednesday [23 July].
By Hagadone, Zach U.S. Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, returned recently from a fact- finding trip to France, where he toured several AREVA nuclear facilities and met with the energy giant's CEO Anne Lauvergeon.
By Fred Hiers, Ocala Star-Banner, Fla. Jul. 16--OCALA -- Marion County's 60,000 Progress Energy customers will likely see compounded rate increases between 3 and 4 percent annually starting next year to help pay for a proposed $17 billion twin nuclear reactor.
The European Commission has asked Slovakia's chief electricity generator Slovenske Elektrarne, to increase safety at its proposed expansion of the Soviet-era Mochovce nuclear power plant in western Slovakia, according to AFP.
By Beth Kassab, The Orlando Sentinel, Fla. Jul. 14--Florida is about to go nuclear. Progress Energy Florida, Central Florida's largest power provider, will on Tuesday go before the state regulatory board for approval that will take it one step closer to building two new nuclear reactors.
By Andrew Grice Political Editor Gordon Brown is to fast-track the building of at least eight nuclear power stations to cut Britain's dependence on oil following the dramatic rise in its price.
By JORDAN RAUBOLT Hundreds of people last night packed an auditorium at Westminster College in Fulton for a meeting on AmerenUE's plans to apply for a permit to build a new $6 billion, 1,600-megawatt nuclear reactor unit at its existing plant in Callaway County. The U.S.
Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/243ac1/brazils_nuclear_p) has announced the addition of the "Brazil's Nuclear Power Market Potential" report to their offering.
By Dee DePass, Star Tribune, Minneapolis Jul. 9--Defense and aerospace contractor Alliant Techsystems is about to go nuclear in a big way.
By DAVID HUNT JEA is finalizing a contract that would blend 206 megawatts of nuclear energy - enough energy to light up about 20,000 homes - into the region's power portfolio.
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