Japan begins releasing Fukushima treated radioactive water into Pacific Ocean

Japan has started releasing treated water from the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant into the Pacific Ocean, sparking global concerns and opposition due to potential environmental impacts

Nuclear watchdog endorses Japan’s Fukushima waste water release plan

The International Atomic Energy Agency has approved Japan’s plan to release treated water from Fukushima Daiichi into the sea, stating it poses negligible radiological impact

G7 urged to collaborate rather than compete on renewables

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has emphasised the need for additional manufacturing capacity and secure access to critical minerals for a green transition

First shipment of ‘low carbon ammonia’ reaches Japan

Aramco has sold the cargo to Fuji Oil Company for it to be used for power generation, as Japan looks to change its combustion process

G7 leaders unite to boost renewable energy deployment

The G7 has committed to significantly increasing renewable energy capacity and investing in innovative technologies to achieve net zero by 2050

UK goes nuclear with US, Canada, Japan and France to fuel future energy needs

Leaders from G7 nations have successfully reached an agreement on nuclear energy in Sapporo, Japan

G7 ministers to meet on energy and climate in Japan

The G7 ministers will discuss energy transition, climate change, circular economy and resource efficiency at a meeting in Sapporo, Japan

Fission friends: UK and Japan partner in nuclear technology

The UK and Japan have reached an agreement to establish a lasting partnership in nuclear technology

UK and Korea collaborate against Putin’s power moves

Energy Security Secretary Grant Shapps has visited Seoul, South Korea, to strengthen collaboration on renewables and nuclear

Octopus spreads tentacles in Japan’s solar market

Britain’s third biggest supplier has made its first investment in Asian renewable generation with a 250MW solar deal in Japan