A power interconnector, which would, at 1,000 KM be the world’s longest, is facing delays as a result of the decision by Britain to withdraw from the European Union.
A plan announced by French environment minister Segolene Royal in May to introduce a carbon floor of EUR30 ($30), is set to be shelved.
Bristol University, as reported earlier this week, is pioneering a technology which aims to prevent coastal nuclear and coal-fired power plants from being disrupted by swarms of jellyfish.
Brexit could have damaging implications for the development of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power project.
Bristol University in England has been enlisted in an attempt to stop jellyfish interrupting the performances of coastal power plants.
Corporate Risk Associates (CRA) has been awarded a new contract by EDF Energy to perform a technical review of a reliability analysis developed for upgrades to the Process Control and Distributed Computer Systems at Sizewell B nuclear power plant in Suffolk, England.
The British government, EDF and China General Nuclear Group have signed an agreement to commence development of Britain’s new generation of nuclear power plants, 12 years after then Prime Minister Tony Blair kick-started the process with his party’s energy review.
The British and French governments are set to formally sign the deal to progress with Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant today, two months to the day since Prime Minister Theresa May postponed the initial UK decision.
South Korea will invest $27bn in renewables and from next year begin to retire 10 coal-fired power plants.
On the day that the Hinkley Point new nuclear project got the go-ahead from the UK government, the director general of the World Nuclear Association said that “we want nuclear to work in harmony with the other low carbon options”.