UK’s emissions from electricity ‘rose by more than a fifth last year in 2021’

Gas drove up UK power emissions for first time in a decade, according to the International Energy Agency

EDF switches off 46-year-old nuclear power station

The French energy giant will now move into the defuelling phase of Hunterston B in North Ayrshire in Scotland

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

UK forges ‘energy independence’ with new mini nuclear reactor funding

The grants will support the development of Rolls-Royce SMR

COP26 Live: US-UK Strategic Energy Dialogue launches

Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng met with the US Secretary of Energy Jennifer M. Granholm to discuss ways to accelerate the energy transition

Britain’s nuclear hits milestone as eyes are glued to COP26

The current nuclear fleet has produced the equivalent electricity to power all the UK’s homes for 18.5 years, according to the Nuclear Industry Association

Industry reacts to the government’s ‘levelling up’ Budget

Did the slashing of duty on fruit cider overshadow the ‘green ambition’ of the Autumn Budget? What does the industry think?

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

Industry responds to Net Zero Strategy

A “key step forward” or a “huge letdown” – what does the industry think?

Government urged to replace reliance on Russian gas with homegrown nuclear

The association estimates that two nuclear power stations and an SNR fleet could replace over ten billion cubic metres of gas imports