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  • The keys for the ‘new safe confinement’ structure erected at the site of the former Chernobyl nuclear power station were symbolically presented to Ukrainian authorities on 10 July.The event marked completion of the latest effort to secure the facility’s fourth reactor, which was destroyed in the 198...

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  • IntroductionThis Energy Insight on nuclear will cover:How nuclear energy is producedConsumption and productionNuclear energy in the UKNuclear safetyOrganizations involved in the nuclear industryFurther readingHow is nuclear energy produced?Fission and fusionThere are two fundamental nuclear processe...

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  • Without policy changes, advanced economies could lose 25% of their nuclear generation capacity by 2025, resulting in billions of tonnes of additional carbon emissions, the International Energy Agency (IEA) has warned. In a new report, Nuclear Power in a Clean Energy System, the agency outlines ...

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  • In an uncertain political climate, the EU is pushing on with funding future-facing energy projects. Keith Nuthall examines the bloc’s medium-term ambitions.

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  • Much of the debate around nuclear power revolves around fears of leakage of radioactive material and accidents leading to a reactor meltdown. But a fire in a cooling pool – where large quantities of spent nuclear fuel is stored – could be worse. So why can’t the world’s nuclear-powered nations agree...

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  • There’s no escaping the local significance of the huge effort to build Hinkley Point C Nuclear power station in Somerset. This report from the organisation which champions the nuclear industry in the area, Nuclear South West, looks at the impact on companies and educational establishments.

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  • With more and more nuclear reactors coming offline permanently, a significant increase in decommissioning-related activities is anticipated over the coming decades. To meet the challenges that lie ahead, nuclear back-end management needs to be approached from a sustainability perspective, writes Kri...

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  • Japanese policymakers are keen to make nuclear power part of the country’s decarbonisation strategy – but the public and the industry aren’t so sure, writes Rob Gilhooly in Tokyo.

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  • We return to the subject of nuclear power in this issue, with a focus on new approaches to decommissioning and the development of waste disposal methods that will stand the test of time. We also include articles on how post-Fukushima Japan is facing up to its energy future and the considerable impac...

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  • Electricity generated by nuclear power plants in the US hit an all-time high last year – though the country’s nuclear power output is likely to decline in the near future, according to new data from the Energy Information Administration (EIA). While a number of nuclear power stations in the US ...

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