New Build

Nuclear needs ESG classification for affordable investment

Oct 5, 2021

The nuclear industry must lobby governments and turn up the public relations machine to full to be recognized as an ESG investable asset if it is to be granted access to the vast...

Nuclear seen keeping costs down for ‘green’ hydrogen

Oct 5, 2021

Nuclear power operators can mitigate high costs by fitting plants to produce hydrogen, and studies have found that the cheapest option for the growing hydrogen economy is to include...

Exelon hiring, investing after Illinois decision; UK PM sees nuclear at Wylfa

Oct 5, 2021

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

NRC, CNSC see eventual path to multi-lateral licensing

Sep 21, 2021

Close collaboration between nuclear regulators in the United States and Canada could, eventually, serve as a template for a more global, unified approach to nuclear power regulation,...

Candu Energy, BWXT win Ontario contract; British unions call for nuclear financing progress

Sep 21, 2021

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

US, Europe risk falling behind as China nuclear industry expands

Sep 8, 2021

China’s nuclear power industry is expanding rapidly while stumbling blocks in the United States and Europe puts their industries at risk of being left behind in the race toward next...

Commitment to R&D, international presence propels Russia’s nuclear push

Sep 8, 2021

Russia’s nuclear fleet is not growing as fast as that seen in China, but its focus on research and development and expanding its international presence may give it its desired head...

Barakah Plant starts Unit 2; Global nuclear power drops in 2020

Sep 8, 2021

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

US budget omission leaves VTR proponents rushing to defend tech

Aug 24, 2021

The U.S. Congress’ decision to cut funding for the Versatile Test Reactor (VTR) project in the coming fiscal year has prompted supporters of the technology to leap to its defense,...

Nuclear offers solution to maritime contamination

Aug 24, 2021

Nuclear energy can be used to power the world’s shipping industry, which already produces more greenhouse gases than the global aviation sector and is expanding, directly through...

Pages