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Conflict in Ukraine causes toxic environmental impact

Conflict in Ukraine causes toxic environmental impact The UN has informed of a toxic environmental legacy for Ukraine “for generations to come” following the invasion of the country by Russia. According to initial shock monitoring conducted by the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) and partner organisations, preliminary monitoring of the conflict implies “significant impacts” on rural…
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Sizewell C eyed by centrica?

Sizewell C eyed by centrica? British Gas owner Centrica is reportedly to have plans to join EDF in assisting the Sizewell C nuclear power station in Suffolk. According to Daily Mail, Centrica has arranged to take a stake in the project which is currently at a stage to appeal to new investors. A couple of…
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UK’s most iconic nuclear plants hits final milestone

UK’s most iconic nuclear plants hits final milestone A key last activity has been concluded at one of the UK’s most archetypal nuclear power stations before procedures end next month. Staff at Sellafield’s Magnox Reprocessing Plant have carefully reprocessed the final box of used fuel, calling the last ever milestone at the site and the…
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Concerns for staff of Ukrainian power station

Concerns for staff of Ukrainian power station The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has issued a stark caution around the welfare of Ukrainian staff at the Russian-held Zaporizhzhya Nuclear Power Plant. The UN’s nuclear watchdog has stated the position for Ukrainian staff at the country’s biggest nuclear power station is “deteriorating”. “The situation at this…
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UK refuses to be blackmailed by dictators in control of the gas taps.

UK refuses to be blackmailed by dictators in control of the gas taps. The government has reiterated its solid stance in opposition to Russia amid diminished gas flows to Europe throughout the Nord Stream pipeline. Delivering a speech at the Chatham House Second Century London Conference, the Business Secretary talked about the UK’s preparedness for…
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Rolls-Royce greeted back home to Manchester.

Rolls-Royce greeted back home to Manchester. Rolls-Royce has said it will come back to Manchester to reconstruct its new headquarters for its Smaller Modular Reactors (SMR) business unit. The move comes roughly 120 years later when Charles Rolls met Henry Royce at the Midland Hotel in Manchester. The new office will have a location at…
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Sizewell C nuclear project abandoned by EDF

Sizewell C nuclear project abandoned by EDF EDF is supposedly ready to move away from the Sizewell C nuclear power project. Some of the UK’s largest unions sent a letter to the Business Secretary warning the future of the plant will be in jeopardy if the government delays a government investment decision (GID). This choice…
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Finnish minister says, nuclear is required for net zero

Finnish minister says, nuclear is required for net zero Europe can’t become net zero without the help of nuclear.. That’s the message conveyed by Finnish Minister of Economic markets, Mika Lintilä at the Nordic Nuclear Forum in Helsinki. “Nuclear power plays a key role in clean energy production and Finland‘s aim to reach carbon-neutrality by…
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Stake bought by UK in Sizewell C nuclear power station

Stake bought by UK in Sizewell C nuclear power station A 20% stake will be taken in the expected Sizewell C nuclear power project in Suffolk by the government. in the past £100 million was committed by the ministers for the progress and development of the Sizewell C nuclear plant. The Prime Minister in the…
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High fuel prices will remain for a while to come.

High fuel prices will remain for a while to come. The Prime Minister has stated today, prices of fuels may stay at a high level for a while Boris Johnson has stated in a speech on the cost of living, housing and the war in Ukraine “Price of oil and gas looks likely to remain…
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