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Authorities in northern France say there is no risk of contamination after an explosion occured at the Flamanville nuclear power plant.
An explosion has erupted at EDF’s Flamanville nuclear power plant in northern France.
By Dirk Vansintjan, President, REScoop
In its recently released Clean Energy Package, the European Commission finally acknowledged that energy
EDF has finally voted to begin the process of closing France’s oldest nuclear plant after accepting a government compensation plan.
The nuclear deal with Iran is one of the thorny topics to watch after Trump's inauguration on Friday
The court in Karlsruhe says utilities should not foot the bill alone for the government's decision to phase out nuclear power.
A team from the University of Bristol in the UK have created a diamond using nuclear waste, that can be made to produce an electrical current.
There were celebrations at Chernobyl on Tuesday because a feat of engineering has emerged from the ashes of its nuclear disaster.
On April 26, 1986 a reactor at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine exploded, causing an environmental disaster never before seen, and forcing tens of thousands of people to…
In a referendum, the Swiss have voted against a proposal that would have accelerated the closure of the countries five nuclear plants.
After years of work and 1.5 billion euros, the new safety housing for the stricken Chernobyl nuclear reactor begins to slide gently into place.
Authorities in Norway are insisting that a small leak at a nuclear reactor has been contained, with no injuries sustained and no expected environmental damage outside the facility in Halden near the b
Russia has further reduced its cooperation with the United States in nuclear energy by suspending a research agreement and ending one on uranium conversion.
Greenpeace and Stop Hinkley Point campaigners delivered a petition signed by more than 360,000 people protesting against a proposed nuclear power station in Somerset, south west…
Britain has given the go-ahead for the first new nuclear power plant for decades, a decision which doesn’t sit well with environmental groups.
The British government has approved a 21 billion euro nuclear power station after securing “significant new safeguards” for future foreign investments.
South Korea has called on the world to pressure Pyongyang into giving up its nuclear programme.
The first stone was laid on Saturday marking the start of the launch of the Iran-Russia Bushehr 2 project.
1.5 million people in Kazakhstan bear scars and deformities from years of nuclear testing but now something is being done about it
The British government has cast doubt on plans to build the UK's first new nuclear plant in decades with French utility firm EDF by ordering a review of the project.