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Nuclear industry vents ongoing concerns on Brexit Euratom decision

The decision by the British government to withdraw from the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) in tandem with its withdrawal from the European Union, or Brexit, is continuing to cause some concern for the future of the country's nuclear power industry.

Hinkley legal advisers criticise UK decision to leave Euratom

The law firm advising the developers behind the Hinkley Point C nuclear power project in southwestern England has described a decision by the British government to leave Euratom, the European atomic energy community, as a â€Ëœlegal own goal'.

Brexit could threaten UK nuclear plan says report

Exiting the European Union could threaten the UK's nuclear ambitions, a new report has warned. 

UK threat to return nuclear waste unless Brexit agreement reached

The UK government has published a paper in which it sets out potentially returning nuclear waste to the European country of origin, should Brexit talks collapse.

UK nuclear industry concerned about Brexit impact

The UK'S nuclear power sector is under severe pressure to respond to the country's decision to exit the EU and the Euratom treaty.

EU approves EDF’s proposal to build UK’s newest nuclear plant

EDF Energy (Euronext: EDF) has been given the go ahead from the European Commission to build a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point C in the UK.

Cross-party group says Brexit could lead to energy shortages and high prices

A House of Lords parliamentary committee has requested a full study be made on the likely impact of Brexit on both energy supply and prices for the UK.

SMRs could hold key to UK nuclear future says report

Small modular reactors could be key to the UK's nuclear future, according to new analysis.

UK nuclear industry aims to minimize impact of Brexit

Two reports have warned that interim arrangements need to be made to safeguard the UK's nuclear industry before leaving Euratom as part of Brexit plans.

Strategy aimed at bridging UK energy and utility skills gap

The energy and utilities sector requires 221,000 new recruits by 2027, in order to provide the essential services its customers seek and the infrastructure the UK needs for its economic growth.