Nuclear Fuel

EATF – Our drive to 2019

EATF – Our drive to 2019

Guest post by Jeff Reed, Framatome (formerly AREVA NP) U.S. EATF Program Manager I would like to take a few minutes to provide an update… Read More

A few more steps in the evolution of Framatome (formerly AREVA NP)’s EATF program

A few more steps in the evolution of Framatome (formerly AREVA NP)’s EATF program

Guest post by Jeff Reed, Framatome (formerly AREVA NP) US EATF Program Manager Framatome (formerly AREVA NP) recently announced our partnership with Southern Nuclear to… Read More

The Next Evolution of Nuclear Fuel – Framatome’s EATF Program

The Next Evolution of Nuclear Fuel – Framatome’s EATF Program

Framatome (formerly AREVA NP) has remained steadfast in its commitment to deliver high-quality fuel and fuel-related products to our customers and utilities throughout the world.… Read More

Once in a lifetime – an AREVA (now Framatome) employee perspective on NuScale’s historic DCA submittal

Once in a lifetime – an AREVA (now Framatome) employee perspective on NuScale’s historic DCA submittal

Jeff Whitt is the Business Development / Operational Performance Manager in AREVA (now Framatome)’s Fuel business unit and has been working with the NuScale project… Read More

Richland NAYGN Glimpse Nuclear Future at NuScale Power

Richland NAYGN Glimpse Nuclear Future at NuScale Power

Guest post by Umar Faraz, Process Engineer, AREVA I recently had the privilege to tour NuScale Power in Corvallis, Ore., with some of my colleagues… Read More

AREVA’s Richland Test Facility Advances Next-gen Nuclear Fuel

AREVA’s Richland Test Facility Advances Next-gen Nuclear Fuel

More than 350 yellow thermocouple wires were intertwined, hanging from a cabinet, looking more like a spider web strewn to catch prey rather than strategically… Read More

Significant Progress on MOX Project Achieves 70% Completion

Significant Progress on MOX Project Achieves 70% Completion

February 9, 2016 0 comments
Posted in News, Nuclear Fuel

Achieving maximum value from meager funding, the Mixed Oxide Fuel Fabrication Facility (also called MOX Project) sustained a 3-4 percent annual completion rate and is… Read More