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Tuesday
Mar172015

The future is nuclear, says Hans Blix

 

ABU DHABI // New generations of nuclear power plants will not lead to disastrous accidents like the one in Fukushima, Japan, the chairman of the UAE’s nuclear programme advisory board has said.

Dr Hans Blix, former head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, said on Tuesday that smaller accidents might happen but that faith in the sustainable energy source was slowly being restored around the world.

“The Fukushima plants were 40 years old,” he said during the lecture organised by the Khalifa University on the importance of nuclear power to states and the world, at the Emirates Centre for Strategic Studies and Research.

“They were not the new generation and there were errors in the past, including a lack of sufficient strength in the attitude of the regulator vis-a-vis the operator, and there were also weaknesses in the technical side in the placement of these generators.”

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