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  1. UK MMO issues decision for 1,000MW UK-French IFA2 electrical link
  2. Is it time for a nuclear turnaround in Australia?
  3. Cumulative installed capacity in CARICOM countries continues to grow
  4. Q3 2017: global power markets at a glance
  5. US power trends highlight growing role of natural gas

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Is it time for a nuclear turnaround in Australia?

The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) is demanding the repeal of legislation that has effectively banned nuclear power in the country since the late 1990s. Julian Turner talks to Daniel Zavattiero, executive director of uranium at MCA, about the role of nuclear generation in Australia’s future energy mix.

US power trends highlight growing role of natural gas

The installed generation capacity in the US reached 1,197 gigawatts (GW) in 2016 from 1,133 GW in 2010 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 1% and is expected to reach 1,562 GW by 2030 at a CAGR of 1.9%. Power demand is expected to reach 4,222 terawatt hours (TWh) by 2030 or 13% of the global share at a CAGR of 1%. In addition 316,000 megawatts (MW) capacity is under different phases of development of which 96 GW is under construction and more than 219 GW capacity is pending approval (APPA Report, 2017).

Ghana’s Future Energy Leaders: engaging today’s youth to tackle tomorrow’s problems

This year, Ghana officially launched its national chapter of the World Energy Council’s Future Energy Leaders’ programme, a scheme to inspire ambitious young professionals to enter the energy sector. Heidi Vella spoke to the programme’s interim public relations director, Mr Justice Akoto, an electrical engineer by trade, to find out how youth education and investment can create a sustainable energy future for Ghana.

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