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UK climbs four places in EY’s Renewable Energy Country Attractiveness Index (RECAI).
The Government needs to work closely with industry in order to bring about replacement arrangements for Euratom in a timely manner to avoid a cliff edge for the nuclear industry, is the main message from a new position paper, Exiting Euratom, published today by the UK Nuclear Industry Association (NIA).
Construction of multi-billion pound nuclear reactor could now be delayed.
Tom Greartex, Chief Executive of the Nuclear Industry Association (NIA), has commented on the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee report, Nuclear research and technology: Breaking the cycle of indecision.
Work has started to build an innovative waste gasification plant in the West Midlands known as the SynTech Energy Centre, creating around 100 constructive jobs and 25 new permanent jobs once operational.
The Humber is setting its stall out as the global ‘go to’ destination for offshore and renewable energy, says Cleethorpes MP Martin Vickers
Ministers need to give leadership and provide public finance, as UK's energy policy 'lurches from confusion to potential chaos', with the latest developments at the Moorside nuclear power station in Cumbria.
‘There is too much at stake for project not to go ahead’ says union.
The composition of vast swathes of granite found underneath much of the South West peninsula could offer a vital clue to where deposits of metals crucial for the production of many low carbon technologies can be found.
The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) has welcomed the confirmation from the Office for Nuclear Regulation and the Environment Agency that it has approved the AP1000 reactor design, which is planned to be built at Moorside in Cumbria.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has launched a new biomass feedstock improvement process project which aims to show how the removal of impurities and contaminated material from sustainable biomass could make bioenergy cheaper and more efficient, consequently delivering better greenhouse gas savings.
Dods Monitoring political consultant, Rob Micklewright, provides an overview of the recent meeting of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Nuclear.
North Ayrshire and Arran's SNP MP Patricia Gibson writes ahead of her Westminster Hall debate on 'Pensions in the nuclear decommissioning industry'.
Norsepower’s fuel-efficient technology expected to save approximately 10% in fuel consumption and associated emissions on 109,647 DWT product tanker vessel.
Stephen Kinnock MP, Carolyn Harris MP, Stephen Crabb MP & Nick Clegg MP urge ministers to green light the Swansea Bay tidal lagoon project as it 'speaks fluently to the Government’s Industrial Strategy'.
PM crossing her fingers and toes and hoping lights stay on.
Tom Greatrex, Chief Executive of the UK Nuclear Industry Association has commented on Toshiba’s announcement confirming its commitment to the NuGen nuclear new build project at Moorside in Cumbria.
The Nuclear Industry Association (NIA) has welcomed the UK Government’s Green Paper setting out its vision for a modern industrial strategy, including a focus on improving competitiveness and skills in nuclear new build.
Theresa May's industrial strategy must offer stability and a UK-wide approach, says the chief executive of SSE, Alistair Phillips-Davies.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) is recommending more emphasis is placed on floating foundations to access the best offshore wind resources in the UK to help bring costs down further. This comes as it releases data from its research into offshore wind in the UK including a FEED (front end engineering design) study into its floating platform demonstration project.
The Energy Technologies Institute has published recommendations for the UK to access the best Offshore Wind resources.
100 companies are joining forces in a UK-Japan industry partnership in Tokyo this week, to build ties between organisations with expertise in the nuclear industry to maximise the economic potential in both countries.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has set out its priorities for the UK’s marine energy industry if it is to compete with other low carbon sources of energy.