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The Oeko-Institut’s researchers work on more than 350 national and international projects a year, focusing on Chemicals Management and Technology Assessment, Energy and Climate, Emission and Ambient Pollution Control, Radiation Protection, Agriculture and Biodiversity, Sustainable Consumption, Mobility, Resource Management and Industry, Nuclear Engineering and Facility Safety, and Law, Policy and Governance.

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Safety analysis and risk assessment of an application of Small Modular Reactors

Project manager: Pistner, C.
Start of project: 07 / 2020

An overview of currently internationally pursued reactor concepts under the term SMR, a scientific assessment of possible fields of application and the associated safety issues and risks will be developed.

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Assessment of safety status of close-border nuclear installations

Project manager: Pistner, C.
Start of project: 06 / 2020

The UMBW is supported by a technical assessment and evaluation of documents in the technical evaluation of incidents and projects as well as general safety issues concerning close-border nuclear facilities in neighbouring countries.

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Analysis of existing safety deficits of the AKW Cattenom

Project manager: Pistner, C.
End of project: 01 / 2018

Assessment of the current state of research on new reactor concepts

Project manager: Pistner, C.
End of project: 04 / 2017

Since several decades new reactor concepts, so called Generation IV reactors, are developed internationally. Declared aims of such developments are to achieve significant improvements with respect to Safety, Sustainability, Economics…

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Update of the Advisory opinion on the EU-Stresstest results of the nuclear power plant Beznau

Project manager: Pistner, C.
End of project: 12 / 2016

In October 2012 the Oeko-Institute analyzed the results of the EU-Stresstest for the nuclear power plant Beznau in Switzerland with respect to missing or insufficiently addressed safety aspects. In addition, further safety relevant…

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Developement and Review of European Nuclear Safety Standards and Requirements with respect to implementation in the German Regulatory System - Benchmarking and Peer Review

Project manager: Pistner, C.
End of project: 09 / 2018

The Physikerbüro Bremen (PhB) is supporting the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) on questions of the state-of-the-art of science and technology concerning specific aspects…

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Update of the Advisory opinion on the EU-Stresstest results of the nuclear power plant Fessenheim

Project manager: Pistner, C.
End of project: 10 / 2015

In October 2012 the Oeko-Institute analyzed the results of the EU-Stresstest for the nuclear power plant Fessenheim in France with respect to missing or insufficiently addressed safety aspects. In addition, further safety relevant…

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Expert services in the context of the participation of German communities in the Swiss site selection process

Project manager: Pistner, C. | Kallenbach-Herbert, B.
End of project: 09 / 2018

In June 2006 the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation, Building and Nuclear Safety (BMUB) established the `Expertgroup Swiss Deep Geological Repository` (ESchT). This expertgroup is assigned to answer questions of…

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Analysis of Safety and Risk Questions following the Nuclear Incidents and Accidents in Japan

Project manager: Pistner, C.

In a project to analyse Safety and Risk Questions following the Nuclear Incidents and Accidents in Japan, GRS aims at a full understandig of the accident progression in the different reactor units in Japan. Furthermore, the methodology…

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Advisory opinion on the EU-Stresstest results of the nuclear power plants Fessenheim and Beznau

Project manager: Pistner, C.
End of project: 06 / 2012

As a response to the reactor accident of March 11, 2011 at the japanese Fukushima Dai-ichi plant, several safety evaluations have taken place on a national and international level. In Germany, a plant-specific safety review has been…

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Fukushima status quo and the effectiveness of the taken and planed measures towards radiological safety at the site

Project manager: Pistner, C.
End of project: 03 / 2016

The project provides back-ground information on the current Fukushima power plant decommissioning: knowledge state about the targets and the work progress, the inventories, the unresolved issues and hazards; facility’s current state…

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