This COP28 was a historic event for nuclear energy when it was formally specified as one of the solutions to climate change.
The new NEA initiative was announced at the 28th meeting of the Conference of the Parties of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP28).
Declaration draws on NEA analysis which shows that that tripling nuclear energy capacity by 2050 provides the world with a realistic and practical path to meet net zero carbon emissions goals.
The NEA and CAEA held the NEA-China Forum on Nuclear Decommissioning and Radioactive Waste Management in Beijing.
French Ministry for Energy Transition and OECD Nuclear Energy Agency to hold joint conference in Paris.
The NEA participated in the 14th Clean Energy Ministerial in Goa, India.
The NEA participated in the European Nuclear Young Generation Forum in Krakow, Poland, an international platform for collaboration between the nuclear sector and the next generation.
An NEA delegation led by Director-General William D. Magwood, IV visited the Netherlands to meet with government and industry representatives.
NEA Director-General Magwood shares his forecast for the biggest developments and challenges in the nuclear energy sector in 2023.
The COP27 NEA delegation were at the forefront of several discussions on the pathways that nuclear energy can offer to reduce carbon emissions.