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  • French state-controlled utility EDF has had to further increase spending on its long-delayed Flamanville-3 nuclear power station because of the need to repair faulty welds.According to a statement from the company, the cost of the project has been revised upward by €1.5bn – bringing its total price ...

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  • German coal-fired utility giant RWE has announced a large-scale shift towards renewables as pressure grows for the country to up its climate ambition. RWE – the biggest producer of carbon dioxide in Europe – has pledged to go carbon neutral by 2040. The company’s Chief Executive, Rolf Martin Sc...

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  • New UK nuclear has stumbled recently, with three substantial projects biting the dust. Perhaps the proposed Regulated Asset Base funding model will prompt a revival? It needs to, argues the Nuclear Industry Association’s Tom Greatrex.

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  • The Magnox stations were Britain’s first-generation nuclear power plants and are now being decommissioned, with Bradwell A the first to enter the ‘care and maintenance’ phase. Nick Cottam surveys progress around the sites.

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  • The UK is transitioning towards a low carbon energy system. Esin Serin looks at the increasing role of consumers in the next phase of decarbonisation, and the associated policy challenges, through the lens of the Energy Institute’s annual survey of UK energy professionals.

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  • Buildings are no longer simply consumers of energy, and local generation schemes are part of the future of urban energy. We cover these themes in five articles in this issue, starting with a view from UK Research and Innovation into local, low carbon energy networks.Articles follow which examine bar...

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  • The shale gas boom has ‘transformed’ the United States into the world’s top oil and gas producer, according to the IEA’s latest review of the country’s energy policies. As a result, the agency said, the US energy policymaking approach has shifted from a mindset of scarcity to one ‘seeking to maximis...

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  • The World Nuclear Association (WNA) has revised its projections for nuclear generating capacity growth upwards for the first time in eight years. The organisation says the improved forecast follows the introduction of nuclear-friendly policies in countries such as China and India.The WNA’s Nuclear F...

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  • Calder Hall, the world’s first full-scale nuclear power station, is empty of fuel for the first time since the 1950s after defueling operations were completed during August. The achievement marks an important milestone in the decommissioning of the Sellafield complex. The opening of Calder Hall in 1...

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  • Not all marine energy project development has taken place in UK waters. Here, Andrew Williams reports on projects around the world that aim to move wave and tidal generators into commercial deployment.

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