UN hails nuclear as the lowest carbon electricity source

Nuclear power generates less carbon dioxide emissions over its lifecycle than any other electricity source, according to a new report

Government unveils landmark Net Zero Strategy

The roadmap is setting out how the UK will secure 440,000 well-paid jobs and unlock £90 billion in investment in 2030

Project to produce clean hydrogen from nuclear power wins $20m

A total of six tonnes of stored hydrogen will be used to produce around 200MWh of electricity during times of high demand

‘Net zero by 2050? Not even close, with current energy infrastructure delivery’

Solar projects covering an area equivalent of 260 Tokyo Olympic stadiums would need to be built in the US every week from now until 2050 to help the country reach net zero, according to a new report

Treasury appoints new independent group to clamp down on ‘greenwashing’

The Green Technical Advisory Group will oversee the government’s delivery of a Green Taxonomy, a framework setting the bar for investments that can be defined as environmentally sustainable

Norway’s unspent uranium to be used in the UK

The Institute for Energy Technology in Norway has agreed to send three tonnes of unirradiated uranium to the British fuel manufacturing business Springfields Fuels Limited

Entergy announces net zero commitment by 2050

Key actions include ongoing integration of renewable energy resources, battery storage and innovative applications of conventional generation in its portfolio

‘UK net zero target at risk without nuclear power’

A new nuclear power programme with the help of hydrogen, clean fuels and district heating could provide up to 40% of clean energy by 2050, according to a report

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EDF raises cost of Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant by £2.9bn

The energy giant said the risk of a delay in delivering the project’s milestones has increased but the aim to generate first electricity in 2025 remains unchanged