All articles by Sarah Blackman

  1. China’s nuclear roll-out: learning from Fukushima

    The March 2011 Fukushima accident in Japan did, in no way, discourage China from committing to its ambitious nuclear energy…
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    26 Feb
  2. UK energy supplies are heading “downhill fast”, says Ofgem

    UK energy supplies are on a "roller-coaster" and heading "downhill fast" as power plants close and the demand for imported…
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    19 Feb
  3. Video feature: are utilities ready for electric vehicles?

    Car manufacturers around the world are revving up the production of electric vehicles (EVs), with government support a driving force…
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    5 Feb
  4. January’s top stories: smart grid spending touches $13.9bn

    EDF’s nuclear power output at record high in 2012 Also this month, EDF Energy announced that its eight nuclear power…
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    31 Jan
  5. NRI launches Energy Technology forum on LinkedIn

    NRI digital has launched a LinkedIn group to unite professionals across all energy sectors for the opportunity to network and…
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    17 Jan
  6. The year in review: 2012’s top power stories

    January: EDF Energy objects to $4.6bn Scottish coal-fired plant In January 2012, the development of a $4.6bn coal-fired power station…
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    19 Dec
  7. US renewable projects offer double the returns of Europe’s, says HgCapital head

    The rate of returns on renewable projects offered in Europe needs to be much higher in order to compete with…
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    5 Dec
  8. Atomic friction: South Africa debates its nuclear plans

    On paper it would seem that South Africa is a perfect market for nuclear development – it has vast uranium…
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    3 Dec
  9. November’s top stories: UK publishes Energy Bill as US restores power post Sandy

    UK energy secretary slams minister who called for end to onshore wind Energy secretary Ed Davey slammed Tory energy minister…
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    2 Dec
  10. Marine energy experts oppose plans for Bristol Channel barrage

    A major report has opposed a £35bn plan to build a tidal barrage across the Bristol Channel in the UK….
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    27 Nov
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