The H2020 EU-funded SHARE project (Stakeholders- based Analysis of REsearch for Decommissioning) is a forerunner to the establishment of a framework for collaboration on research activities related to the decommissioning of nuclear facilities. SHARE aimed to provide an inclusive roadmap for decommissioning research, in both technical and non-technical areas, in the EU and abroad, to enable stakeholders to improve jointly safety, reduce costs and minimise environmental impact. SHARE has been built on a consultation process considering the needs and perspectives of different stakeholders all across the decommissioning value chain. The project also considered existing and emerging innovative technologies solutions as well as the international best practices in the field of decommissioning. After a three-year process, the project provides a Strategic Research Agenda and a Roadmap built on the participation of the international Stakeholder community in a multi-step process including a questionnaire survey, a state-of-the-art review, a gap analysis and multiple workshops. As the final output, the SHARE roadmap effectively set the framework for organizing the priorities identified in the SHARE SRA.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Nuclear and High Energy Physics
- Energy Engineering and Power Technology
- Electrical and Electronic Engineering
- Nuclear Energy and Engineering