Energoatom's losses due to hostilities exceed UAH 40 billion

Including losses due to the forced decline in electricity production.

Energoatom will provide itself with its own nuclear fuel by 50%

This will happen from 2025.

US seeks $4.3 billion for uranium to wean off Russia supply

Energy Department officials have met with key congressional staff, where they said such funding is urgently needed.

IAEA is to inspect ChNPP

The Director General is now also continuing his efforts to organize an IAEA mission to Ukraine’s largest nuclear power plant, the Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhya NPP.

IAEA Director General Statement says wildwires in Chornobyl pose no threat

Informing the IAEA about the occurrence of the wildfires, Ukraine said the gamma dose rate levels in the vicinity of the Chornobyl NPP were “not exceeding the reference levels”.

Japan to donate $2.1 mil to IAEA for safety of Ukrainian nuclear facilities

The IAEA has sent experts to Ukraine's Chornobyl Nuclear Power Plant.

Energoatom builds new nuclear power units in Cherkasy and Odesa regions

Five power units will be built under the AP-1000 project.

Seizure of Ukrainian nuclear power plants: Europe’s reaction to Russia's nuclear terrorism

What are the positions of FORATOM and the European Nuclear Society on the war in Ukraine?

Interview: FORATOM’s Director General on private nuclear power plants, green hydrogen and problems of Ukraine

Yves Desbazeille on the problems and future of the nuclear industry in Ukraine and Europe

Ukraine to strengthen the protection of NPPs and HPPs

The Armed Forces of Ukraine have tightened the protection of critical infrastructure facilities.

Macron in favour of integrating nuclear into EU green taxonomy

The EU taxonomy is a classification system, establishing a list of environmentally sustainable economic activities.

Zelenskyi's press conference: the main energy issues

A press conference of the President of Ukraine held today, on top of everything covered some issues of the energy sector.