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Enec extends MoU with Russia's Tenex to boost nuclear fuel cycle ops

The renewal will allow the UAE's nuclear energy company to seek collaboration opportunities in the future

Enec is a UAE nuclear energy company.
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Enec is a UAE nuclear energy company.

The UAE's Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (Enec) has renewed its memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Tenex, part of Russia’s Rosatom State Corporation Company, to explore collaboration opportunities for nuclear fuel cycle management. 

Signed during the 24th World Energy Congress event in Abu Dhabi, the MoU extension will allow the two firms to continue exploring opportunities in the field of nuclear fuel cycle, which comprises the management and disposal of radioactive waste. 

The agreement was made between HE Engineer Mohamed Al Hammadi, chief executive officer of Enec, and Polgorodnik Sergey, director general of Tenex.

Commenting on the development, HE Eng Mohamed Al Hammadi, said: “Tenex has an excellent track record and decades of experience in nuclear fuel cycle management and we look forward to continuing to explore opportunities for collaboration in the coming months and years ahead.”

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