Upcoming: Release of the first International Study on the Risks of Lifetime Extensions of old Nuclear Power Plants

INRAG is currently working on a study on the risks of lifetime extensions of aging nuclear power plants. The study is conducted on behalf of the “Alliance of Regions for Phasing out Nuclear Power across Europe”. The final report is expected to be published in fall 2019. The press briefings for the presentation made in spring 2019 can be downloaded (English, German).

Upcoming: INRAG Spring Meeting on March 20 and 21, 2020 in Darmstadt, Germany

 The INRAG spring meeting 2020 will be hosted by the Institute for Applied Ecology in Darmstadt. We are looking forward to various topical presentations by our members.

Conference: Climate Crisis -Why Nuclear is not Helping in Vienna on October 7 and 8, 2019

 Speakers include INRAG members Oda Becker, Paul Dorfman, Christoph Pistner, Mycle Schneider, and Steve Thomas.

Wiener Nuklearsymposium 2019 on Nuclear Energy Use in Times of Climate Change

Several members of INRAG were presenting at the Wiener Nuklearsymposium 2019 on September 20 in Vienna. Nikolaus Müllner talked about nuclear energy and climate change while Christoph Pistner focused on newcomer states in the nuclear field. Paul Dorfman gave details on PLEX (Life Extension Program for Nuclear Power Plants). Wolfgang Liebert gave an overview over current developments in the international arms control regime.