“Diversification and Security of Supply” ESA Annual Report 2021 Is Out
The Euratom Supply Agency (ESA, ENS Member) published online its Annual Report 2021.
In this report, ESA presents its achievements for 2021, offering then an overview of the nuclear fuel world market and the main developments in the EU, and the analysis of the supply and demand of nuclear material and services in the EU.
The diversification and the security of supply of nuclear materials and fuel in the EU, which is the strategic objective of ESA by means of the common supply policy, are the key topics of the Annual Report.
As said by Agnieszka Kaźmierczak, Director-General of the Euratom Supply Agency,
The Euratom Supply Agency has long advocated for the diversification of nuclear material and the related fuel cycle services in the EU. The political and economic events in 2021 and early 2022 seriously impacted the global nuclear market and highlighted the relevance and urgency of ESA recommendations.
Here available the full Euratom Supply Agency Annual Report 2021.
European Nuclear Society recently interviewed the ESA DG Agnieszka Kaźmierczak to learn more about the present and the future of the nuclear fuel supply in Europe, and of medical radioisotopes, the whole production and supply chain of which risk to be quite fragile in the near future.
ENS interview with Euratom Supply Agency Director General Agnieszka Kazmierczak – Ensuring The Future – Outlook on Medical Radioisotopes and Uranium Supply Chains in Europe