Risks of lifetime extensions of old nuclear power plants

INRAG is more than happy to be able to present its international study on the risks of lifetime extensions for the ageing nuclear power fleet of Europe on Monday, 26 April 2021, from 10:30 a.m. to approx. 05:00 p.m.

With the help of the state of Baden-Württemberg, INRAG is able to present its results on the study on the ageing of nuclear facilities in Europe. The study to be presented was developed in close cooperation with top international experts and shows how important it is to take a holistic approach to all factors in the case of lifetime extensions.
Often, nuclear facilities cannot be upgraded to the state of the art, but this does not rule out lifetime extensions for some countries.

The 125 nuclear reactors in Europe have an average age of 33.4 years. The susceptibility to accidents naturally increases with the age of the reactors, which immensely increases the risk for people and the environment in Europe. The INRAG study addresses precisely this issue and more, shedding light on how to deal with the risks of ageing plants and the demand for a continuous increase in the safety level of nuclear power plants in Europe in general and on the basis of individual case studies.

We are pleased to give you the opportunity to attend this event and ask you to register in advance. You can simply click on the text here.

Due to technical reasons, we are currently not able to send out an automatic confirmation email. However, you will receive a calendar file with your registration confirmation within a short time. We kindly ask for your understanding.

We look forward to your participation.

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