Business Secretary visits Hinkley Point C

Kwasi Kwarteng reinstated that nuclear is at the heart of the government’s plans to ensure greater energy security

MPs approve Nuclear Energy Financing Bill

The new financing model aims to attract investors and bring more security for future large-scale nuclear power stations

UN hails nuclear as the lowest carbon electricity source

Nuclear power generates less carbon dioxide emissions over its lifecycle than any other electricity source, according to a new report

Hinkley Point C could ‘wipe out’ 11 billion fish, Bristol Channel campaigners say

Activist groups are campaigning against EDF’s decision to remove Acoustic Fish Deterrents on the cooling water intakes at the nuclear power station

Hey Big Carl, how you doin’?

EDF installed the first steel ring section onto the second reactor building of Hinkley Point C power station in Somerset

Kwasi Kwarteng pushes the button of funding new nuclear

The new legislation could see major Sizewell C project owned by British investors, excluding overseas support, including China

Does hydrogen storage in fossil reservoirs hold the key to Britain’s energy crisis?

The UK has enough wind and solar capacity to support green hydrogen production to the equivalent capacity of 25 Hinkley Point C nuclear power plants, according to new research

‘World first’: First of 116 new T-pylons erected in Somerset

The new pylons form part of National Grid’s Hinkley Connection project, a £900m investment to connect low carbon electricity from the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station

GUEST BLOG: Tom Greatrex – A new nuclear age

Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association, Tom Greatrex says nuclear station closures threaten jobs and climate goals without new investment

GUEST BLOG: What the world’s biggest crane is doing for nuclear power in the UK

Carl Sarens tells us about Sarens’ SGC-250 model crane, currently in action at the new Hinkley Point C power plant in Somerset, England