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  1. Cooper Nuclear Plant in Nebraska still working despite historic floods
  2. Nuclear fusion: is halfway good enough?
  3. The top seven nuclear power plants in India
  4. Mapping the future: IAEA paves the way for nuclear transition
  5. House to probe US nuclear technology sales to Saudi Arabia

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Nuclear fusion: is halfway good enough?

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has announced that its SPARC reactor could begin producing energy from nuclear fusion by 2025, but it is a small reactor and likely to produce between just 50MW and 100MW of power. While this is much smaller than the long-predicted perfect fusion reactors, could it be an appealing source of energy?

February’s top news stories

Siemens has signed an extension of a maintenance service agreement with Shuweihat S2 Operation and Maintenance Company (S2O&M) in UAE, and AltaGas has closed the sale of its remaining indirect equity interest of around 55% in its hydroelectric projects in Canada, in a deal worth C$1.37bn ($1.04bn). Power-technology.com wraps up key headlines from February 2019.

Hornsea Project One, North Sea

Hornsea Project One is an offshore windfarm located off the Yorkshire coast within the Hornsea Zone in the southern North Sea.

The top seven nuclear power plants in India

Nuclear power forms an important part of India’s energy mix and the country is looking to expand this, with another 5.4GW to be added to current nuclear power plants in the next decade. Power Technology takes a look at the country’s current fleet.

Mapping the future: IAEA paves the way for nuclear transition

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), along with 16 countries, has developed a new tool to help build ‘roadmaps’ for nuclear power, identifying how countries can benefit from innovations in technology and infrastructure. Julian Turner assesses its role in influencing future energy decisions.

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