The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report detailing the unstable condition...
NDA to spend billions stabilising plutonium canisters
The National Audit Office (NAO) has released a report detailing the unstable condition of highly dangerous plutonium canisters at the Sellafield nuclear plant, said to be “decaying faster than anticipated”
IAEA releases commissioning guidelines for nuclear power plants
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has released a new commissioning guideline for new nuclear power plant (or systems) structures or components (SSC) within an existing nuclear facility.
Energy development: free market purists vs the state
Governments commonly provide subsidies or other support mechanisms for energy development to align the market with strategic goals, especially with regards to decarbonisation. But some argue that state intervention is a poor substitute for a free market dictated by consumer needs. How does the free market vs. state support debate shake out, and does it all boil down to perceptions of the urgency of the climate change crisis?
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A changing energy mix: trends in the power generation market
The way we generate electricity is rapidly changing, and this change has been prompted by concerns related to climate change and the cost of power generation.
Department of Energy launches two new green initiatives
US Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette has announced the launch of two new clean energy initiatives to boost green energy adoption in the US.
Framatome to design fuel for EDF using reprocessed uranium
French reactor firm Framatome has entered a deal to design, manufacture and supply fuel assemblies made from enriched reprocessed uranium (ERU) to utility firm EDF between 2023 and 2032.
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