The Royal Commission has now released its Report. To join the current Nuclear community conversation click here.
The Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission was established on 19 March 2015 to undertake an independent and comprehensive investigation into South Australia’s participation in four areas of activity that form part of the nuclear fuel cycle.
Those activities relate to the potential for the expansion of exploration and extraction of minerals, and the undertaking of further processing of minerals and manufacture of materials containing radioactive substances, use of nuclear fuels for electricity generation and the storage and disposal of radioactive and nuclear waste.
To find out more, or to stay informed of the progress of the Nuclear Fuel Cycle Royal Commission, visit nuclearcc.sa.gov.au.