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Bruce Power to study ‘pink’ hydrogen from curtailed nuclear power

Apr 20, 2022

Canada’s Bruce Power is planning to produce carbon-free hydrogen via nuclear power, so-called ‘pink’ hydrogen, in one of the first projects of its kind.

Canada’s federal budget backs nuclear; UK to approve Rolls-Royce SMR

Apr 20, 2022

Our pick of the latest nuclear power news you need to know

Nuclear inclusion in EU taxonomy welcome but flawed

Feb 22, 2022

The inclusion of nuclear power in European taxonomy is welcome but too full of clauses to be useful for long-term nuclear investors and is more a result of political posturing than...

Breakthrough proves fusion is a shot at the stars worth taking

Feb 22, 2022

The recent breakthrough in fusion technology may not herald an imminent near-term solution to the world’s energy problems but highly motivated private startups and ambitious, public...

France announces nuclear push; EDF to buy part of GE Steam Power’s nuclear

Feb 22, 2022

Our pick of the latest nuclear news you need to know

Oklo’s rejected license application a bump in the road, say founders

Jan 19, 2022

The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) decision to deny microreactor developer Oklo a license for its 1.5 MW Aurora ‘powerhouse’, citing a lack of information, is disappointing...

Simulations help drive innovation, but real-world data still key for nuclear

Jan 19, 2022

Computer simulations are increasingly important tools for nuclear power innovators, but even the most sophisticated machine learning techniques must lean on real-world data when...

EDF’s Hunterston B closes; China’s Hualong One connects to grid

Jan 19, 2022

Our pick of the latest nuclear power news you need to know

Bruce Power bond success good news for nuclear

Dec 7, 2021

Bruce Power’s C$500-million ($392-million) green bond issuance in November saw strong demand, evidence there is appetite for nuclear power-backed debt despite uncertainties over its...

British nuclear turns to tried-and-tested financing model

Dec 7, 2021

Britain’s push to pass legislation on a Regulated Asset Base (RAB) model for nuclear power will be welcomed by an industry in search of an affordable financing program.

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