The Institute of Nuclear Energy Research (INER), established in 1968, is a government agency with a history of credibly safeguarding dedicated to the research and development (R&D) on nuclear safety, nuclear facility decommissioning, radioactive waste treatment and disposal technologies.
Moreover, INER also bears the mission of developing radiopharmaceuticals for the public well-being. For years, results of INER’s endeavors have received high recognition. Nowadays, Taiwan’s energy policies are ensuring nuclear safety and waste reduction, building up green energy and a low carbon environment, and working eventually toward creating a nuclear-free homeland.
In conformity with the national energy policy, INER has expanded its researches in recent years to including the development of green energies such as new and renewable energies, energy conservation and carbon emission reduction, in addition to participating in the energy-related economic policy research.
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