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.
After the open letter sent by Nuclear Transparency Watch the 20th of July 2021 in the context of the debates around Nuclear Energy and European Taxonomy – see article – an answer was given … [Read More]
Loviisa nuclear power plant, Finland Participation of NTW regarding the Lifetime extension of the Loviisa’s Nuclear Power Plant (Finland) … [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]