Japan’s Mitsubishi Heavy Industries has successfully tested a prototype robot that it intends to use for plant inspections.
Don’t work harder; work smarter. This old adage is taking on new significance as digitalisation transforms our economies. Today, we stand at the precipice of a global productivity revolution and the watchword of this will be: “work smarter.”
Nokia, Pöyry and digital services firm Infosys are collaborating on an artificial intelligence framework for utilities, industry, transportation and infrastructure.
Energy technology company Emerson has today released a new application designed to make it easier for power plant operations teams to capture, report, and respond to abnormal conditions that pose risks to reliability, safety, and performance.
Ambitious new climate change targets mean that power generation of all types is under greater scrutiny than ever before.
Three workers were injured at a nuclear power plant in the UK last night following what has been described as an "accidental steam release".
How tried-and-tested repair materials were used to fix a problem with the cooling water system of a nuclear power plant
The UK's Energy Technologies Institute has launched a new project which aims to find ways to reduce the cost of nuclear power.
The South Korean government has decided to construct two new nuclear power plants, despite initially stating that is programme was complete.
A nuclear power plant in Switzerland is set to operate flexibly after a software upgrade to its reactor control system.