Kelvin Ross presents this week’s newscast – a round-up of the latest power engineering headlines being discussed in power industry circles.
This week we hear about the departure of Luc Oursel from Areva after three years in charge. Mr Oursel steps down after a difficult time at the helm, citing ill health.
Meanwhile the world’s biggest wind turbine manufacturer isn’t quiet so successful in China – we hear how Vestas intend to turn around a situation where they languish 11th in the rankings behind local manufacturers.
We also have news from Japan where the country’s new trade minister is on a mission to warm the people to the idea of nuclear power once again, four years on from Fukushima.
Finally an ambitious tidal power project in Swansea Bay, Wales makes investment progress.
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