What impact did 7.6 quake have on Fukushima nuclear power station?

The earthquake did not cause any issues of safety concern, according to the UN’s nuclear watchdog

Britain could learn from Japan’s response to Fukushima to deal with energy crisis

Behavioural change in energy demand could offset some of the pressure of soaring gas prices, MPs told

Ukraine pleads for no-fly zone over nuclear plants

A Ukrainian energy group called for protection of the airspace above nuclear power plants in Ukraine

Fukushima radioactive water will have minimal impact on environment, operator says

TEPCO plans to release treated radioactive water into the sea in spring 2023

UK researchers offered £1m to collaborate with Japan on civil nuclear energy

Proposals must address one of the following topics: radioactive waste treatment, robotic and autonomous systems for decommissioning, fuel debris materials and decommissioning technology

Chinese official asks Japan’s Deputy PM to take a sip of Fukushima treated water

The call follows the Japanese Government’s decision to release more than one million tonnes of treated water from the Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean

Japan to dispose of 1.2m tonnes of Fukushima nuclear power plant water into the ocean

Japan’s Prime Minister said disposal of treated water is an ‘unavoidable issue’

Fukushima – 10 years on…

Today marks the ten year anniversary of the Fukushima disaster that rocked the world – what happened, what were its impacts and how does the future look?

Toshiba unveils ‘world’s largest hydrogen plant’ in Fukushima

The new facility can produce as much as 1,200m3 of hydrogen per hour which will be used to stabilise the electricity grid and boost the use of renewables

Could these new materials help clean-up Chernobyl and Fukushima nuclear plants?

UK engineers worked with scientists in Ukraine to develop the materials that can simulate those obstructing decommissioning efforts at the nuclear disaster sites