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  • Britain’s plan to build a series of new nuclear power plants to offset the planned closure of ageing existing plants were dealt a serious blow last month as developer Toshiba announced that it is to wind up its UK nuclear arm NuGeneration and quit the project to build a 3.3 GW plant at Moorsi...

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  • Electricity generated from renewable sources may far exceed demand in future summers, despite the expected growth in electricity needed to charge electric vehicles and for space heating, leading to power prices crashing in the warmer months. So suggests new analysis from Aurora Energy Res...

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  • Certain US states are continuing to push forward energy efficiency measures and improve the carbon intensity of their building and transport sectors – despite federal rollbacks on clean vehicle and other major energy-saving standards, according to a new report from the American Council for En...

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  • The biggest energy challenge for Switzerland in the coming years will be to fill the gap created by the phase-out of its nuclear power stations, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).Doing so while maintaining low carbon generation and high standards of security and supply means a ...

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  • The University of Manchester’s Dalton Nuclear Institute is taking a new approach to nuclear-related research by encouraging engagement between ‘traditional’ nuclear sciences and social science researchers. Professor Richard Taylorintroduces the Beam Network. 

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  • The University of Manchester’s Dalton Nuclear Institute is taking a new approach to nuclear-related research by encouraging engagement between ‘traditional’ nuclear sciences and social science researchers. Professor Richard Taylor introduces the Beam Network.

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  • After decades of providing electricity, nuclear fuel is increasingly being used in transport applications – and not just on this planet. Catherine Campbell writes.

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  • The energy performance gap – the difference between what buildings are designed to do and what they actually achieve – can cost homeowners hundreds of pounds extra in heating bills each year, and cause new homes to emit far more carbon dioxide than they should. So, whatȁ...

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  • The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has released its long-awaited report on limiting the rise in global average temperatures from climate change to 1.5ºC above pre-industrial levels, which details in stark terms the benefits of limiting global warming to 1.5ºC compared to ...

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  • So, nuclear power generation is booming, with a fifth successive year of growth, according to the World Nuclear Association (WNA) in its latest report on industry performance...

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