Nuclear Transparency Watch is a European network that promotes a citizen watch on nuclear safety and transparency. The network was launched in 2013 after a call of Members of the European Parliament from different political origins. Nuclear Transparency Watch looks at all activities of the nuclear cycle, including: outsourcing, policies for plant life-time extension, emergency preparedness and liability issues, costs of nuclear safety and radioactive waste management.
Jan Haverkamp, WISE, Amsterdam 9 June 2020 NIRAS/ONDRAF, the Belgian nuclear waste management organisation wrote a draft plan for long term management of high-level radioactive and/or long-lived nuclear waste. In a public consultation, people and … [Read More]
June 9th 2020 The ongoing debate whether or not to build new nuclear capacities in Czechia has become much more tangible following a new law and contracts with the energy company CEZ introduced by … [Read More]
On April, 23rd 2020, The ACRO (the French “Association pour le Contrôle de la Radioactivité dans l’Ouest”) posted an article untitled “Chernobyl heritage and the E40 trans-Europe waterway”. The introduction was the following: “The E40 … [Read More]
Gabriele Mraz, December 2019 In the Joint Project, European NGOs and research institutions cooperate since 2003 on safe and sustainable energy issues with a focus on nuclear policies in Central and Eastern Europe. One … [Read More]
On 28 November, Nuclear Transparency Watch (NTW) and the European Environmental Bureau (EEB) informed the European Council and the European Commission of their decision to suspend cooperation with and participation in the European … [Read More]
The Hungarian government furtively withdrew the two most controversial changes of the Nuclear Energy Act. These amendments passed in December 2016 allowed the government to bypass with a simple decree the valid permits of … [Read More]