ENEC seeking FANR nod to build two nuclear plants
- United Arab Emirates: Sunday, March 03 - 2013 at 05:06
Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp (Enec) has applied to the UAE Federal Authority for Nuclear Regulation (FANR) for a licence to build a third and fourth nuclear reactor in the western area of Abu Dhabi, Dow Jones has reported. ENEC has already been granted permission in July to build two nuclear power unit, the first of which is already under construction in Barakah, and the firm is expected to start building its second reactor this year.
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