We have a new look!
June 12, 2020

We have a new look!

Introducing our new corporate website with totally redesigned look and contents. A more simple, intuitive, attractive browsing experience adapted to our user's interests and needs.

While we now have a much more attractive look centered on images, we do not overlook the fact that our main goal has always been facilitating rigorous, quality and evidence-based information on nuclear power. 

We want to continue to be a point of reference for the nuclear sector. For this reason we not only renewed our layout but also our contents. When you browse our new website you will find the same information that was always here, as well as new sections such as Sector values”, “Featured voices” or “In depth , with articles where you can discover everything that the nuclear technology and industry have to offer.

We want to continue to be a point of reference for the nuclear sector, and thus we not only renewed our layout but also our contents

Now you can learn at a simple glance the most relevant numbers in nuclear power in Spain: the number of reactors in operation, the percentage of electricity it generates or the number of people working in a competitive industry that exports technology, generates wealth and enjoys full recognition inside and outside our frontiers.

In order to facilitate the user experience, we have adapted the content of our new website to all devices, so that you can easily browse it from your PC, tablet or smartphone and gain quick and easy access to the information that interests you.

In summary, this website is more technically robust, as well as more dynamic, informative, attractive and accesible. All the website's contents can be immediately shared on social media. This consolidates our support of these media. We prioritize our users' needs.

We hope you enjoy it and find it useful!

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