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The UK government is considering the Regulated Asset Base model for financing new nuclear projects. With the model allowing for revenues to be released during construction, could this model – already proven in other large infrastructure projects – break the impasse that has kept UK nuclear on the back foot in recent years? Chris Lo finds out.

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Walmart signed two new virtual renewable power purchase agreements and Wells Fargo entered a ten-year structured renewable energy agreement with NRG Energy. Power-Technology.com wraps up key headlines from October 2019.

The deadliest form of energy: debunking misconceptions

While nuclear power has the potential to wreak significant damage on human life and the environment, a study by Forbes has found that the industry enjoys one of the lowest mortality rates in the energy sector. With this research debunking some of the misconceptions surrounding safety in energy, JP Casey profiles the mortality rates of a number of energy types and considers the impacts of regulation and strict government control on safety compliance.

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