A “coordinated policy-framing” approach with member-economies of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is being eyed by the Philippines on its targeted nuclear power development, including planned deployment of small modular reactor (SMR) technologies.
The Bataan Nuclear Power Plant can be operational in four to five years once all issues concerning the facility are settled, an arm of the Department of Science and Technology said.
The Philippines and the United States have agreed to collaborate in tapping clean energy, including nuclear power.
SEOUL – Philippine Ambassador to South Korea Ma. Theresa Dizon-De Vega met with Korea Hydro and Nuclear Power Co. Ltd (KHNP) executives last July 19 to discuss future Philippines-Republic of Korea (ROK) cooperation on nuclear technology and renewable energy.
MANILA – The French government is keen to help the Philippines develop its nuclear power program as the Marcos administration looks for other reliable sources of energy. French Ambassador Michèle Boccoz said the embassy has met with some of the Cabinet members and nuclear power was listed among the key areas Paris and Manila could cooperate […]
President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. again expressed his desire to adopt nuclear energy as part of the country’s power mix, but said the government’s strategy has to be rethought.
Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) between Rosatom and Myanmar’s Ministry of Science and Technology cover cooperation in training and skills development in the field of nuclear energy and shaping positive public opinion on nuclear energy in Myanmar.
Energy and Mineral Resources Minister Arifin Tasrif stated that the government is considering Russia’s offer to develop a nuclear power plant in Indonesia. Not only Russia, but other countries have also offered to build a nuclear power plant under a bilateral cooperation scheme, he said during an interview with ANTARA on the sidelines of a […]
The Department of Science and Technology (DOST) has completed the nuclear commissioning of a long mothballed research reactor in the DOST-Philippine Nuclear Research Institute (PNRI) complex in Quezon City, signaling the start of research and training of nuclear engineers and scientists as well as potential nuclear power plant operators in the Philippines.
A junta delegation discussed collaboration concerning nuclear technology with a Russian state-owned atomic energy agency while attending the country’s economic forum late last week, according to military-run media.