In discussion with European Council President Charles Michel, President Klaus Iohannis reiterated his country’s support for nuclear energy and natural gas, as options for an affordable energy transition, as the European Commission prepares new legislative...
The EU should consider all clean solutions to tackle climate change, with renewables alongside nuclear, argue Pernille Weiss and Sara Skyttedal. Danish MEP Pernille Weiss and Swedish MEP Sara Skyttedal are members of the European People’s Party in the European...
Finland’s Ministry of Employment and the Economy (MEE) said on 8 December that a climate-neutral future requires appropriate and up-to-date legislation and it is, therefore, “launching legislative preparations aimed at a comprehensive reform of the Nuclear Energy...
European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen has taken charge of a soon-to-be-published list of sustainable investments amid controversy around the possible classification of fossil gas and nuclear energy as “green” or “transitional” activities under certain...
During an exchange with French parliamentarians this week, the EU Commission vice-president in charge of the Green Deal, Frans Timmermans, said Brussels “will support, sustain and assist those member states that make this choice” of using nuclear power.
Finnish utility Teollisuuden Voima Oyj (TVO) has asked national nuclear regulator Stuk for permission to proceed towards first criticality for the Olkiluoto-3 EPR plant in western Finland, the company said in a statement.
The time is right to invest in nuclear energy because global financing is abundant after two years of pandemic uncertainty, but it is essential reactors are included in the EU’s sustainable finance taxonomy, Jean-Bernard Lévy, chairman of the French state utility and...
US-based Westinghouse Electric Company and France’s state-owned power company and nuclear operator EDF have signed a memorandum of understanding to produce the Cobalt-60 radioactive isotope in pressurised water reactor units owned and operated by EDF in...
The EU’s energy commissioner, Kadri Simson, called for a “gearshift on investments” in nuclear power in order to extend the lifetime of existing power plants and maintain current production levels until 2050. EURACTIV France reports.
EDF signed 10 agreements with the Czech nuclear industry at the World Nuclear exhibition in Paris, marking an important step forward in the company’s commitment to the Dukovany-5 nuclear power plant project.
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