Welcome to the COGnizant Magazine page
COGnizant Magazine is a CANDU Owners Group (COG) bi-annual publication that highlights the work, trends, and achievements across the COG community. We share the latest in industry innovation, activities and what's on the mind of industry leaders to keep you informed with deeper insights from behind the scenes.
This digital COGnizant Magazine page is updated regularly to help our members and the COG community stay up-to-date with current industry activities and events. Read the latest news, check the archives of COG, Canadian and International news or browse through the library of past issues of the published magazine at the bottom of the page.
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COG 2022 HighlightsFor COG, 2022 was a busy and transitional year. Working together, our members and stakeholders achieved tremendous accomplishments in nuclear science and towards net zero goals.
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Innovation post-operation: A CANDU path to decommissioningCOG’s decommissioning program is supporting members as they use innovative technologies and shared knowledge to meet decommissioning needs.
Canada’s SMR plan springs in actionOver a period of about two weeks, a number of small modular reactor (SMR) milestones and announcements have highlighted the excitement and momentum of the technology’s rapid development in Canada.
Canadian provinces partner on SMRs, release joint studyOntario, New Brunswick, Saskatchewan and Alberta sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to collaborate on SMR development and release a joint study on SMR feasibility.
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Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report finds limiting global warming will not be possible without strong and deliberate actionA new report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says urgent action is required to attain the sustained reduction in CO2 and other greenhouse gas emissions needed to limit climate change. A 2020 IAEA report says nuclear can be an important contributor to the fight against climate change.
COG-IAEA expand areas of collaborationCANDU Owners Group (COG) and International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have amended a Practical Arrangement they signed in 2019 to include decommissioning, waste management and nuclear safety among the areas in which they work together.
Nuclear procurement a team effort As part of an IAEA webinar, Jan. 28, COG's John Moore discussed how COG's approach to supplier procurement lowers risk for members and increases their value for investment.
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