A successful assembly rehearsal for the world’s largest tokamak

DYNAMIC SNC has taken a decisive step in the delivery of the ITER development contract by completing a successful ‘dry run’ of the project’s impressive upending tool.
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Iran invests $500m in raft of new energy projects

Iran has announced almost $500 million in investment into 25 new electricity projects as part of a far-reaching plan to modernise the country’s energy sector.
Utilities donate millions during Covid19 crisis

Hydro utilities donate funds and equipment during COVID-19 pandemic

Exelon Corporation, Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) and Tacoma Public Utilities (TPU) have all confirmed donations intended to aid customers and others...

Slovenia’s sole nuclear plant unaffected by large earthquake

Slovenia’s only nuclear power plant, Krsko, has stated that it was not affected by the 5.3 magnitude earthquake which hit neighboring Croatia early on Sunday.

Rolls-Royce and Turkey’s EUAS International ICC partner on compact nuclear power

Rolls-Royce and Turkey’s EUAS International ICC have signed a MoU to evaluate the feasibility of joint production of compact nuclear power stations

Ostrovets Unit 1 nuclear reactor in Belarus nears operational readiness

A 2.4 GW nuclear power plant in Belarus, built to lessen that nation’s dependence on Russian energy, yet built with Russian input and finance, is due to be operational later this year.

UK Budget pledges cash for CCS, green gas, fusion, EVs and...

New UK Chancellor Rishi Sunak delivered his first Budget today and pledged investments in carbon capture, nuclear fusion and electric vehicle infrastructure.
Low carbon debate must include nuclear says engineering institution

Low carbon debate must include nuclear says engineering institution

Only 26 per cent of people aged 18-24 in the UK think of nuclear power as a low carbon source of electricity, compared with 76 per cent for renewables such as wind and solar.

Civil society leaders call for nuclear representation at COP26

In a roundtable discussion, global civil society leaders called for the inclusion of nuclear in pursuit of clean energy options.

Not your typical nuclear engineer: Blazing a trail for women

Tatjana Jevremovic, a trailblazing nuclear engineer at the IAEA, has always stood out on the job — whether for helping her students embrace the challenges of life or developing a seminal neutronics code

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