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The news is another blow to hopes of reviving the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, which had capped the country's uranium enrichment.
Russia ships giant magnet to France for nuclear fusion project
The Russian-made magnet will be part of the world’s largest ‘tokamak’, a device designed to generate energy through nuclear fusion.
Scholz extends nuclear power plants' lifespan in 'snub' to Greens
The German chancellor has decided that all three of the country's nuclear power plants will stay open until mid-April 2023.
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The German government has re-activated several coal and oil power plants, despite warnings it could default on its climate goals.
Austria launches legal case over EU's 'greenwashing' of nuclear & gas
"What I oppose with all my might is the attempt to greenwash nuclear power and gas via the backdoor of a supplementary delegated act," Leonore Gewessler, Austria's Federal Minister for Climate Protection, Environment and Energy, told reporters.
UK plans 2040 nuclear fusion plant - but is it realistic?
The UK will build a nuclear fusion plant - which could theoretically provide near-limitless clean energy - in Nottinghamshire.
Zaporizhzhia power plant head released by Russian forces
The director of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant, occupied by Russian troops, has been released, according International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
NGOs launch legal action against EU over 'nuclear & gas greenwashing'
The NGOs argue that the inclusion of gas and nuclear in the EU Taxonomy violates the European Climate Law and the bloc's obligations under the 2015 Paris Agreement.
France's EDF plans to restart its entire nuclear fleet by early 2023
According to EDF's projections, 27 nuclear reactors must restart by the end of December, followed by five others between early January and mid-February 2023. However, many question the company's ability to do it, especially for the 12 reactors stopped for stress corrosion.
UN nuclear watchdog's Zaporizhzhia visit will be its 'toughest ever'
A team from the UN's nuclear watchdog is finally on its way to Ukraine's embattled Zaporizhzhia power plant.
Austria to take EU to court over 'greenwashing' of gas and nuclear
The Austrian environment minister said that "several other states have been very critical of, and very vocal also, in their criticism on the delegated act and so we will also look for further allies in the lawsuit."
MEPs back EU plan to label nuclear and gas investments as 'green'
Shouts of "traitors" and jeers could be heard as the result of the vote was revealed.
World's nuclear power capacity must double by 2050, say energy experts
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MEPs strike down EU plans to label nuclear and gas as green investment
The objection will be put before the whole plenary in the first week of July. If the hemicycle replicates the outcome of the committees, the Commission’s plan will be officially scrapped.
The truth behind the EU Taxonomy: What counts as green investing?
The EU’s Taxonomy Regulation first began in 2018 as a framework for facilitating sustainable investment. But it's since become controversial.
Activists in Seoul mark World Oceans Day
South Korean environmental activists protest against Japan's plan to dump radioactive water from Fukushima into the sea on World Oceans Day.
Where is Europe storing all its radioactive waste?
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Scientists use giant gun in hunt for clean nuclear fusion energy
The technology involves firing a projectile ignited by gunpowder down a giant gun that eventually hits a target, resulting in nuclear fusion.
Swiss bomb shelters are readied as international tensions mount
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has reawakened interest in Switzerland's concrete nuclear fallout shelters, built during the Cold War with enough space to shelter everyone in the country.