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Nuclear vital for secure energy supply – study

New nuclear build enhances system-level energy security, increases the resilience of the electricity grid and reduces reliance on imports.

New partnership to accelerate fusion energy research using supercomputing

Science and Technology Facilities Council has partnered with UK Atomic Energy Authority to advance the UK's nuclear fusion programme.

Russia starts equipment production for Egypt’s El-Dabaa nuclear plant

Rosatom has signed an agreement with Egypt to start production of the core catcher devices for the El-Dabaa nuclear power plant.

Cavendish Nuclear wins Hinkley Point A waste removal contract

Cavendish Nuclear will provide Hinkley Point A site with the capability to immobilise Intermediate Level Waste (ILW) and encapsulate it for safe long-term storage.

Altrad and Doosan Babcock sign UK fusion support contract

Altrad and Doosan Babcock will provide a range of support services for the UK Atomic Energy Authority's fusion research and technology programme.

UK’s new proposals support rapid rollout of fusion energy

A new report has been published setting out how the UK can support the rapid and safe introduction of fusion energy as the technology develops.

New hyper velocity gas gun to accelerate fusion timeline

First Light Fusion has completed construction of a 22-metre-long two-stage gas gun as part of its experimental efforts to develop the route to commercial fusion energy.

UKAEA completes pilot project to accelerate fusion

The UK Atomic Energy Authority has completed a pilot project to tackle some of fusion energy's most complex challenges.

UK awards à‚£3m nuclear energy robotics contracts

Veolia Nuclear Solutions and Wälischmiller Engineering will supply robotic arms for research into fusion energy and decommissioning.

Meet the women engineers behind Barakah nuclear plant

"Together we are forging a path for future generations of women within the nuclear energy industry," says Laila Al Dhaheri.

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