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A question of uncertainty

Among the myriad issues arising from the UK vote to leave the European Union are key questions relating to the country's role in the Euratom nuclear organization and the Internal Energy Market, writes Kelvin Ross

European Commission “not blocking” construction of Paks nuclear power plant

Brussels is seeking a change to the fuel supply aspect involved in the expansion of the Paks nuclear power plant in Hungary, but is not challenging the expansion of the facility itself.

CBI cites mutual benefit of EU-UK continuity in energy post-Brexit but concerns remain

The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) believes there is mutual benefit to both the EU and UK maintaining as close a relationship as possible post Brexit, but strong concerns remain about funding and membership of Euratom, following Britain's departure.

Ukraine to make substantial investment in nuclear safety

The Ukrainian government is to spend around $1bn in improving safety at the company's nuclear power plants over the next two years.

Spanish nuclear power causing concern in Brussels

Europe's climate and energy commissioner says the commission is concerned about the safety of Spain's nuclear power sector and has requested documentation to show the status of its older reactors at the present time.

Eurelectric demands energy clarity as Brexit day arrives

The UK will leave the EU at 11pm today. After months of uncertainty over when " or even if " it would leave, the...

Is clarity in the eye of the beholder?

In my time covering the electric power industries at Power Engineering International one of the ever-present clichés, the catch cry no matter what your sector, is the call for â€Ëœclarity' so as to facilitate investment.

Brussels approves revised plans for Hungarian nuclear power plant

The Hungarian government says the last major hurdle to the country's new nuclear reactors has been removed.

Vincent de Rivaz to depart EDF Energy

The longest serving chief executive of a â€ËœBig Six' energy firm in the UK, Vincent de Rivaz, has announced that he is to step down from the role in October.

Top Austrian lawyer says Commission unlikely to be challenged on UK nuclear power project

One of Austria's foremost legal experts in the field of energy believes Vienna will not go through with its proposed legal action against the European Commission over its approval of subsidies for Britain's Hinkley Point nuclear power project.