Posted by : Aahil Shaik Saturday, August 1, 2020
UAE initiates first Nuclear Power Plant in the Arab World
The initiation of a nuclear power plant, the first of its kind in any Arab country announced the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The representative of UAE to IAEA (International Atomic Energy Agency) revealed the startup of the Barakah nuclear power plant in Abu Dhabi. Trending : No infections among Hajj pilgrims announced Saudi Arabia
This is a historic milestone for the country with a vision set to deliver a new form of clean energy of the UAE. "United Arab Emirates first nuclear reactor at Barakah plant has achieved critically and successfully started up" tweeted Hamad Alkaabi.
- The South Korean-built reactor's commercial operations are set to begin later this year and will provide power to homes and business in the UAE. United Arab Emirates is the 2nd country in the Middle East to do so after Iran. Recommend : Kuwait has the world's hottest cities in the last 24 hours
- The Dubai ruler and UAE Vice President Mohammed bin Rashid congratulated Abu Dhabi's ruler Mohamed bin Zayed for the successful initiation of the Unit 1 of the facility.
- The goal of the UAE is to operate 4 nuclear power plants that will provide 1 quarter of the country's energy needs in a safe, reliable and emission free way. Read : Fines on 216 people in Makkah for not sticking to the Corona restrictions
- The United Arab Emirates split the atom and wants to explore the galaxy. Our message to the World is that the Arabs are able to resume their scientific ambitions and compete with the rest of great nations, Nothing is impossible.