Hinkley Point B hits 300TWh milestone

This means the facility, which originally came online in 1976, now holds the UK record for generating more electricity than any other nuclear power station in the country

EDF races to build Sizewell C in ‘optimal window’

The firm says securing a funding deal for the proposed nuclear power station in Suffolk is vital as ongoing delays and setbacks could make the project too costly

Canadian nuclear power plant sends out emergency alert in error

The warning was sent out from the Pickering Nuclear Generating Station at around 07:30 local time on Sunday to people who were within six miles of the facility

General Fusion closes $65m of new finance

The company will use the money to formally launch the programme to design, construct, and subsequently operate its Fusion Demonstration Plant

Contract for ITER buildings extended until 2025

Fusion for Energy has extended the fusion project’s ‘Architect Engineer’ contract with the Engage consortium

ENGIE and EDF sign £350m deal to extend facilities management partnership

The agreement means ENGIE will now continue to provide a range of nuclear power plant services until 2027

Renewables ‘to become France’s main energy source by 2027’

GlobalData predicts clean power’s share of the generation mix will soar to 42.9% by 2023, up from 19.9% in 2018

Fossil fuels hit record low share of major power producer generation in UK

During the same period, the share of low carbon power from major power producers was up by 1.8% on the previous year, rising to 54.4%

First Light Fusion appoints Andreas Lusch as Non-Executive Director

Mr Lusch was previously a member of the Executive Committee of General Electric (GE) Power and Global President and CEO of GE’s Steam Power Business

Environmentalists ‘may have to accept ‘taboo’ nuclear energy to decarbonise’

That’s the suggestion from Kirsty Gogan, Co-Founder and Global Director of environmental Non-Governmental Organisation Energy for Humanity (EFH), who spoke as part of the panel at Energy Live Expo last week in Westminster