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Nucleareurope uses cookies on its website. A cookie is a small file of letters and numbers that is stored on your computer or your device whenever you visit our website. Our website uses different kinds of cookies: cookies that are necessary to make our website work properly, cookies designed to improve your surfing experience for instance by preventing you from receiving always the same information or from typing the same information, cookies that save some information about you to collect statistics, and cookies that come from third parties and aim at improving the content and the functioning of our website (i.e. Google Analytics).

Cookies do not contain personal data and therefore are not used for identifying individuals with a name and/or surname. Via the IP address, only your computer or device is recognized and saved.
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Forum Atomique Européen – (Nucleareurope)
Avenue des Arts 56
1000 Brussels

Phone number: +3225024595

Terms of use

About the company – Forum Atomique Européen (Nucleareurope)

This website is nucleareurope’s, non-profit making organisation, which headquarter is at 1000 Bruxelles, Avenue des Arts 56, TVA BE 0862.233.493
nucleareurope is the Brussels-based trade association for the nuclear energy industry in Europe. nucleareurope acts as the voice of the European nuclear industry in energy policy discussions with EU Institutions and other key stakeholders. The membership of nucleareurope is made up of 16 national nuclear associations representing nearly 800 firms.
nucleareurope‘s mission is to support and promote the development of nuclear energy in Europe through sustained, highly proactive and visible actions in order to ensure that a long-term EU-wide low-carbon energy strategy includes the continued deployment of nuclear technologies with the ultimate aim to maintain nuclear energy’s share in electricity generation.
nucleareurope aims at getting its members’ common views across to different stakeholders, i.e. European Commission, European Parliament, decision-makers, media etc. To do so, nucleareurope carries out proactive communications actions via its website ( and other social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Youtube).
You can contact nucleareurope via phone (+32 2 502 45 95) or via email (

About the goal of the information provided on the website

The website is designed to provide general information about nucleareurope and nuclear energy.
Although nucleareurope strives to provide up-to-date information, it cannot guarantee that the website is comprehensive and that all the information provided is accurate and complete.
nucleareurope is in no way responsible for the use of information provided by the website – or by other websites linking to it- or for the lack of specific information.

Copyright protection of the website and its content

All rights on the content and the architecture of the website, especially but not only on pictures, texts, logos, catchwords, commercial names are reserved. They are protected by national and international law which every visitor ought to keep.
Reproduction, rental, lending, broadcasting or public use of the website content is strictly forbidden without the prior written approval of nucleareurope or of any other entitled organisation. Short and limited extracts of the website can however be used without prior approval provided the source is clearly and explicitly mentioned. The aforementioned publication cannot be remunerated in whatever way.

Third parties’ websites

nucleareurope’s website can include links to third parties’ websites. nucleareurope disclaims any responsibility- and can never be held responsible- concerning the study, evaluation or provision of warranties for services or products proposed by third parties. Therefore, nucleareurope cannot be held responsible for any damage that can be caused by these third parties, their services, prodicts or the content of the website. We advise you to read carefully the terms of use and privacy policy of third parties’ websites.

Protection of visitors’ privacy

Given the fact that nucleareurope collects users’ personal data during its visit of the website, nucleareurope complies with the 8 December 1992 law on privacy protection regarding the processing of personal data as amended by the law transposing the 95/46/CE Directive of 24 October 1995.

For further information regarding the nature of personal data collected by nucleareurope, please consult our privacy policy.

Applicable law and competent court

The current terms and any litigation that could result from the use of this website are governed by Belgian law and only Brussels district’s courts are competent.

Privacy policy

Collection, goal and how your personal data are processed

The personal data collected by nucleareurope consist mainly of information that you provide yourself by filling in different online forms. nucleareurope’s privacy policy also covers personal data that you provide us through other channels like answer forms.

Your data are collected by nucleareurope (Forum Atomic Européen asbl), Avenue des Arts 56, 1000 Bruxelles, which is responsible for their processing.
The main goal of your personal data processing is to send information.

Some data are collected and processed by our sub-contractors in order to carry out tasks that were assigned to them in the framework of the aforementioned processing. We can also transfer your data to our partners in order to keep our commitments towards you. We consider your data as confidential information. We do not sell personal data to any third parties.
You can have access to your data and ask us to correct them via our website or by postal mail to nucleareurope, Avenue des Arts 56, B-1000 Bruxelles. Please enclose a copy of your ID card in that case. Via the same channels, you are entitled to refuse that your data be used in the framework of a direct marketing campaign.

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