The draft Brexit agreement, which was released on 14 November, includes a provision...
UK to leave Euratom after Brexit, despite uncertainty
The draft Brexit agreement, which was released on 14 November, includes a provision that the UK will withdraw from the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom), despite concerns that it could damage the UK nuclear energy industry, in particular civil nuclear power production.
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Toshiba to wind-up UK nuclear development arm NuGen
Toshiba has unveiled plans to wind-up its wholly owned UK-based nuclear development business NuGen after failing to secure a deal to sell it.
Assystem receives engineering design contract from UKAEA
Assystem has secured a framework contract from the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) to provide engineering support services across multiple disciplines.
UK renewable energy overtakes fossil fuels, despite Brexit fears
The UK renewable energy capacity has surpassed fossil fuels for the first time, which is being described as a ‘major milestone’ for the industry, despite fears that a no-deal Brexit could de-stabilise the power sector.
Kickstarting SMRs: should the UK Government subsidise small reactors?
A report commissioned by the UK Government has recommended that subsidies should be extended to small modular reactor technology to help establish a supply chain and reduce technology costs, as has been done for renewables. Small reactors have the potential to reshape the economics of nuclear power, but are they a good candidate for government support?
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