The fourth edition of the IRPS was held from 22-26 August in Stockholm, Sweden.
Creating sound legal regimes required for the peaceful uses of nuclear energy and to serve as a centre for nuclear law information and education.
Radiological protection is a term applied to the protection of workers, patients, the public and the environment from the harmful effects of exposure to ionising radiation, and ways to achieve this.
The expert group was established to develop a nuclear data structure definition that can meet the needs of a broad set of nuclear data users and providers.
The expert group is responsible for managing the activities related to the High Priority Request List (HPRL) for nuclear data, in particular for guaranteeing that the entries are up-to-date and well-...
Hydrogen is expected to play important roles in decarbonised energy systems, as an energy source for otherwise hard-to-electrify sectors as well as a storage vector to enhance power system flexibilit...
NEA article from the Nuclear-Hydrogen Digest: Nuclear Energy in the Hydrogen Economy, published by NICE Future and the NEA.
As governments around the world are committing to reaching net zero emissions by 2050, many countries are looking at the role hydrogen can play in mitigating climate change. This page provides more i...
The WPLANS met in person and online on 27-28 June 2022 to exchange on national developments related to the legal aspects of nuclear safety.
The Nuclear Law Committee (NLC) established the Working Party on the Legal Aspects of Nuclear Safety (WPLANS) in 2016 to support the NEA’s efforts to strengthen its work in the nuclear safety area.