SA nuclear agency developing new research reactor programme
August 23, 2013 Editor 0
The South African Nuclear Energy Corporation (Necsa) will extend the life of its current nuclear research reactor, Safari-1, for at least ten years. Thereafter, it will be replaced by a new reactor. The corporation hopes that the new reactor will be built and commissioned by 2020. Safari-1 is used for research and development and the provision of various commercial services – mainly the production of radioisotopes for Necsa subsidiary NTP Radioisotopes. Research reactors do not generate electricity.
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