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EU wins race to host ITER France will host the international nuclear fusion reactor ITER project after Japan pulled out of the bidding race in...

Around the Globe- Asia-Pacific

Legislation to liberalize the Philippines power sector is in the final stages of passage through Congress, according to trade and industry secretary Manuel Roxas.


Four regions in South Korea have bid to host the repository for low and intermediate level radioactive waste the national government plans to have built by 2008.


US wholesale power companies Mirant and RRI are set to merge to create an independent electricity provider named GenOn Energy.

Powering a Moon village

With interest growing in a return of humans to the moon, says Jonathan Spencer Jones, attention is turning to the possibility of establishing a long-term presence there and the form that such a settlement might take.

Carbon Capture and Storage: Carbon capture and storage: the race is on to find a winner

Two years ago Germany’s E.ON, the company that runs Powergen in the UK, began the process of creating Britain’s first large pilot-scale carbon capture test rig.

World nuclear power: The focus remains on Asia

With one of the highest economic growth rates on the planet, Asia is expected to almost double its nuclear capacity by 2020

Power Engineering International Issue 3 2020

Read all the articles from Issue 3 2020 Read the full digimag Nuclear's place in the sun Of all the energy transition conferences I've attended in...

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.

Sheffield Forgemasters leads landmark research project

Engineering specialist Sheffield Forgemasters is to lead a consortium of partners in its largest ever research and development project, with an overall project value...