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EDF defuels UKs Dungeness B nuclear station due to technical risks

EDF has decided to move one of the UK's nuclear stations into the first phase of decommissioning after discovering several risks to parts of the fuel assemblies and elsewhere.

Upgrades enable ten-year extension for Dungeness nuclear plant

EDF Energy CEO, Vincent de Rivaz, has announced an extension to the life span of the Dungeness B nuclear power plant at an event in London for EDF Energy's strategic supply partners.

EDF to decommission 7 advanced gas-cooled reactors by 2030

EDF Energy will put all seven of its advanced gas-cooled reactor nuclear power stations in the UK into the defueling and decommissioning stages within the next decade.

Q3 energy markets in Europe: what you need to know

Energy market analysts, EnAppSys, have released Q3 2019 market summaries for both the European and UK markets. Take a look at the noteworthy trends...

Valves and actuators: Changing demands on power plants

Concern about climate change is causing industrialized countries to try to decarbonize their electricity supplies.

De Rivaz slams Hinkley Point C critics and confirms decision imminent

The chief executive of EDF Energy, Vincent De Rivaz, says the final investment decision on Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant is close to hand following rigorous planning, but took aim at what he called â€Ëœdoubters and procrastinators' whose ends were to derail the project.

New lease on life for UK nuclear plant

Amended safety regulations could mean a 10-year operational life extension for a nuclear power plant in the UK. 

EDF unveils new nuclear emergency response centre at Sizewell

EDF Energy has unveiled a new emergency response centre to serve Sizewell B nuclear power plant in the UK.

Rising to the challenge

Safety, as anyone in the sector will tell you, has always been paramount for the nuclear industry.

FAG online condition monitoring system prevents costly failure of a power generation turbine at a Corus steel plant

An FAG DTECT X1 online vibration monitoring system has prevented the failure of a steam turbine, which could have cost the Corus plant in Scunthorpe, UK many thousands of pounds in lost power generation.

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