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• Sweden’s new center-right government wants to build new nuclear plants to boost energy security amid a fierce debate over high electricity prices and the need to generate carbon-free energy. PM Ulf Kristersson said a new law would be proposed to lift current restrictions that limit the number of Swedish nuclear reactors to 10 in only three locations across the country. Zoom out: Sweden is the latest European country to look to nuclear power to increase its renewabl...Devamını Oku

12 Oca 2023

• Japan’s bid to reboot its nuclear industry risks being set back by a shortage of engineers and production capacity, which has seen the exit of more than 20 manufacturers since the Fukushima accident in 2011. PM Fumio Kishida’s new policy calls for the construction of new nuclear power plants, but the industry’s nuclear supply chain is under strain, warned industry executives and experts. via FT A step back: Japan sourced about a third of its electricity fro...Devamını Oku

05 Oca 2023

• Germany , Europe’s largest economy, was among the most affected due to its heavy reliance on Russian gas supplies prior to the war in Ukraine. In accordance, Germany decided to burn coal and keep two nuclear power plants available as a last resort to get through the winter. Zoom out: Russia cut Nord Stream gas deliveries to Germany by 40% on June 14, citing replacement parts needed to operate being blocked by Western sanctions. Deliveries were further curbed to 20% on...Devamını Oku

26 Ara 2022

• French utility Engie could suffer a hit of up to €1 billion on its net profits this year due to levies in France, Belgium, and Italy on revenues generated by non-gas electricity producers designed to capture "excess profits" from soaring power prices. France’s biggest supplier of gas to households also said on Tuesday it faced an extra potential bill of €3.3 billion in the coming years to dismantle its nuclear power plants in Belgium. via FT

21 Ara 2022

• Emergency power cuts were enacted across large parts of Ukraine after a new barrage of Russian strikes hit infrastructure, Ukraine's grid operator said. In accordance, the entire Kyiv region was left without electricity and water, while the state-run nuclear utility said it was forced to shut down 3 nuclear power plants. At least 6 civilian deaths were reported by Kyiv officials after a Russian strike hit a two-story building. via Reuters In other news: The...Devamını Oku

24 Kas 2022

• Hungary's Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto traveled to Russia to attend the ATOMEXPO international forum on nuclear energy, highlighting the country's close ties with Moscow amid the war in Ukraine. Szijjarto said the Nuclear Spring forum was in Hungary's "national strategic and national security interests" and that his visit to the expo would include talks with Russia's state atomic energy company Rosatom's head, over a planned Moscow-backed expansion of Hungary's onl...Devamını Oku

22 Kas 2022

• The Russian-controlled Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant in Ukraine was shelled on Saturday evening and Sunday, suffering more than a dozen blasts. Moscow and Kyiv traded blame for the attack on Europe’s biggest nuclear power plant, as the International Atomic Energy Agency urged the offenders to stop, warning, “You’re playing with fire!” The IAEA reported some damage to the buildings and equipment but nothing critical to nuclear safety so far. via Reuters On a rel...Devamını Oku

21 Kas 2022

• Ukraine's nuclear energy operator said Russian forces were performing secret work at the occupied Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, amid the exchanged blame over preparing to launch a "dirty bomb." Energoatom said Russia has carried out secret construction work over the last week at the EU's largest nuclear power plant. On a related note: Russia is asking the UN Security Council to investigate its claims that Ukraine and the US are violating the banned use of biologica...Devamını Oku

26 Eki 2022

• Uranium prices reached their highest level since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine disrupted commodities markets, by breaching $50 a pound, as the energy crisis in Europe forces utility companies in favor of nuclear power, with Japan, Germany, and the state of California taking steps in favor of nuclear plants.

14 Eyl 2022

• Germany and Europe are prepared for a complete halt of Russian gas deliveries to the continent, Chancellor Olaf Scholz said on Saturday. “We saved gas. We are once again using the production capabilities of coal-fired power plants. At the beginning of next year we will have the opportunity to use the remaining southern German nuclear power plants if that is necessary,” he added. On a related note: Italy's Eni said on Friday that it would receive only part of th...Devamını Oku

12 Eyl 2022