Environmentalists have called on Poland to end its reliance on coal power as the national government prepares to adopt a
Spanish coal imports fell 36 per cent year on year in September to almost 1.3 million tonnes, according to customs
French electrical agency EDF has said its much-postponed plan for a reactor in Normandy of the same kind as those
An Australian mining firm responsible for the only open-cast uranium mine in the European Union suffered a 40-per-cent loss in
Uzbekistan and Russia are this month due to sign several commercial deals and start construction of the first Uzbek nuclear
The Ukrainian city of Pripyat (pictured), home to the Chernobyl nuclear power station, became uninhabitable for 24,000 years after the
Russia is building a network of nuclear reactors across the world that is helping to extend Moscow’s influence into global
The Akademik Lomonosov (pictured), Russia’s floating nuclear power station, has allowed foreign environmentalists from Bellona on board, although safety questions
Everyone “knows” that nuclear is expensive. We also know that existing reactors produce clean electricity very cheaply. So which is
Lithuania and the European Union are in disagreement over the 2.6GW Ignalina nuclear plant (pictured), which was due to be
Apparently keen to replicate Russia’s floating nuclear power station, China is looking to launch a similar barge in the disputed
What is the most dangerous nuclear power plant? Fukushima? Chernobyl? The answer is neither. It is the one closed prematurely.
In 2011, after Japan’s Fukushima nuclear disaster (pictured), Chancellor Angela Merkel announced that Germany’s 17 nuclear stations were to be
Nuclear energy is both low carbon and reliable, making it a great tool to cut emissions and mitigate climate change.
Nuclear power is still one of the world’s largest sources of carbon-free electricity but it needs plentiful water to operate.