In its natural state, uranium two usually comprises isotopes, U-238 and the slightly lighter U-235. Natural uranium contains only around 0.7% U-235 and most nuclear reactors require a U-235 concentration of between 3% and 5%. The process of increasing the amount of U-235 is called enrichment.
ETC has developed the world’s leading technology for uranium enrichment, gas centrifuge technology. The process uses centrifugal forces to enrich the concentration of one isotope of uranium. Our technology is by far the most efficient method of achieving this.FIND OUT MORE
Six charging stations for electric vehicles are now available at the car park of ETC Deutschland in Jülich. These charging stations are of the type “E.ON Drive eBox”.READ MORE
ETC’s UK graduate development programme has recently been assessed and successfully re-accredited by its twin accrediting bodies, the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) and the Institution of Mechanical Engineering (IMechE). This achievement confirms the high quality of ETC’s on-the-job training for young engineers who are beginning their career in the energy industry.READ MORE
ETC has today re-launched its website, with a view to providing better insights into the company’s activities for those seeking to further their career with a high-tech leader in energy solutions.READ MORE