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European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom)

an organization established by member countries of the EUROPEAN UNION to develop the Union's nuclear energy capabilities for industrial and commercial purposes.
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The RCG are seriously concerned about continued access to these materials if we leave the Euratom treaty under Brexit.
As the experience of EURATOM shows, the founders of the EURATOM Treaty initially sought to erect a common uranium enrichment plant (or rather, to regionalize the French uranium enrichment plant in construction at Pierrelatte, (13) but they failed to place the management of this enrichment or reprocessing plant under the authority of the EURATOM Commission.
Direct support to DG ENER in Nuclear Reactor Safety (EU Nuclear Safety Directive, EURATOM Treaty Art.
It fell on deaf ears: the new document is still a "Council directive," adopted on the basis of Articles 31 and 32 of the Euratom Treaty.
If Bulgaria decides to build a new unit at the Kozloduy NPP rather than in Belene, it must notify the EC about the investment project, which will be studied in detail according to the Euratom Treaty," Oettinger told mediapool.
MEPs have claimed that although Denmark was not then a signatory to the European Union's (EU) Euratom treaty on nuclear issues, (it joined the EU in 1973), the treaty's provisions and related legislation still apply to Denmark, putting it in breach of EU law.
The Euratom treaty dealt with atomic energy through the creation of an integrated market.
The European Commission said on Friday (11 June) that it had in accordance with the provisions of the Euratom Treaty accepted the construction of a new Finnish nuclear power plant.
A Commission statement accused Sellafield's operator, British Nuclear Fuel plc (BNFL), of "failing to comply with provisions under the Euratom Treaty and the rules concerning accounting for nuclear material and the access of Commission inspectors to nuclear material to check the nature and quality of the nuclear material".
A Commission statement accusedSellafield's operator, British Nuclear Fuel plc (BNFL),of ``failing to comply with provisions under the Euratom Treaty and the rules concerning accounting for nuclear material and the access of Commission inspectors to nuclear material to check the nature and quality of thematerial''.
In line with the Commission%s report COM/2011/563 on Education and Training in the Nuclear Energy Field and the provisions of the EURATOM Treaty 2012/C 237/01 article 9, education and training is provided in nuclear data, measurements, instrumentation and (destructive) analysis contributing to competence development in nuclear safety assessments, safeguards and security.
The proposed decision is based on Article 7 of the Euratom Treaty.