‘Half of Belgium’s power to be renewable by 2030’

The nation will need to fill a gap in generation capacity as aging nuclear plants reach retirement

Nuclear fusion researcher conducts successful test of new machine

First Light Fusion has fired the first test ‘shot’ of its inertial confinement fusion device

Heatwave closes four EDF nuclear reactors in France

The energy giant closed the facilities as the rivers they use for cooling became too warm

Rising sea temperatures force Vattenfall to close reactor in Sweden

The energy giant said the decision to close part of the Ringhals nuclear plant was caused by “unusual” circumstances

Sellafield announces strategy to protect local economy as work nears completion

It aims to help secure inward investment and reduce the economic challenge of over-reliance on the local nuclear industry

South West England’s nuclear sector ‘could provide opportunities worth £50bn’

Nuclear South West suggests both specialist suppliers and companies not connected with the supply chain could benefit

Lords Sub-Committee calls for more clarity on post-Brexit nuclear arrangements

It asked for regular updates on how the Office for Nuclear Regulation will be funded in the future

A fruity red with good balance, long, dry finish and cesium-137 overtones

Researchers say 2011’s Fukushima meltdown left traces of radioactive material in California’s wines

CGN buys majority stake in 650MW Swedish wind farm

The facility is expected to be able to provide clean power for as many as 400,000 families

Researchers make a splash with uranium extraction from seawater

They say the discovery could be competitive with the costs of land-based uranium mining