View on Euronews app
The latest breaking European news
Brussels, My Love?
State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Soul Of The South
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
The Road To Green
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
The Star Ingredient
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
A Greener Future
All You Want Is Greece
Digital Garden City Nation
Galaxy Brain Investor
Invest In Brazil
Under The Hood
Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Ukraine Russia war
More about this topic
Ten EU countries call on Brussels to label nuclear energy as green
RECEP TAYYIP ERDOGAN
UKRAINE RUSSIA WAR
More about this topic
Iran unveils new nuclear facilities
Iran has unveiled the country's newest advanced nuclear centrifuge in a ceremony to mark the National Nuclear Technology Day.
Fukushima: Japan marks 10th anniversary while still recovering
More than 18,000 people died in the massive earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster that struck Japan's northeastern coast on March 11, 2011.
MEPs raise safety concerns over a new nuclear plant in Belarus
Russia’s state nuclear corporation, Rosatom, which built the plant, has rejected claims the Astravets facility is unsafe, saying the design conforms to the highest international standards.
France's next aircraft carrier to be nuclear-powered, Macron confirms
France's current flagship warship is to be retired in 2038. It will be replaced by a bigger, nuclear-powered model, Macron said on Tuesday.
Belarus opens first nuclear power plant amid criticism from Lithuania
Lithuanian officials say the Astravyets plant, which is close to its own capital city, has been plagued by accidents and mistreatment of workers
Can Czech Republic really cut energy emissions in line with Brussels?
Prime Minister Andrej Babis surprised many when he said his government will now support the European Union’s new planned target of cutting greenhouse gas emissions by 55%. But is it realistic?
Chernobyl: the people who risked the radiation to return to their homes
After the world's biggest nuclear accident Euronews talks to the people who decided to return to their homes despite the radiation risk
Germany's nuclear power regions fear for the future when plants close
Whilst the German government has pledged 40 billion euros to help coal regions as mines close, those living and working in nuclear power are not seeing the same support.
Good Morning Europe
Germany’s search for permanent nuclear waste sites
Germany has published a list of 90 potential nuclear waste repository sites
UAE’s Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant connects to national grid & accelerates power plans
The UAE is changing the way it powers its future growth.
How is nuclear energy preserving Egypt’s past & enhancing medicine's future?
The International Atomic Energy Agency was founded in 1957 with the goal of promoting the peaceful global use of nuclear energy.
France completes shutdown of oldest nuclear plant at Fessenheim
The closure of the plant on the border with Germany is part of a policy shift to reduce France's dependence on nuclear power.
Poland's bid for nuclear power
It is known that Poland will not abandon coal completely. It is also known that renewable energy is not able to meet the needs of the Polish economy. So the Polish energy strategy is to provide for the construction of a civil energy nuclear sector.
France's oldest nuclear plant Fessenheim turns off one reactor
France has begun reducing its reliance on nuclear energy by closing a reactor at its oldest plant Fessenheim
Nuclear plant shut down in Switzerland
The 47-year-old Mühleberg nuclear power plant, near Bern in Switzerland, was permanently shut down on Friday.
Shift from Nuclear could limit France's energy options
Efforts to decrease reliance on nuclear energy is a step in the right direction, but could leave consumers in the dark if the right infrastructure is not in place.
France expands nuclear security cordon, gives out more iodine tablets
The radius for free iodine tablets was previously ten kilometres.
Russia military base explosion: how do locals feel about their safety?
Despite rumours that there is radiation in the area, the inhabitants of the small Russian village of Uyma, near Severodvinsk, have continued to pick mushrooms and berries as they do at the start of every autumn.
Russia lays to rest 14 officers killed in fire on nuclear-powered submarine
The Kremlin has said it won't release much information as it was on a secret mission, however it has confirmed that the submarine was nuclear powered and that its reactor was not damaged.
Gallery: Chernobyl nuclear plant disaster marks 33rd anniversary
Ukraine marks the 33rd anniversary of Chornobyl disaster, the biggest one in the history of nuclear energy.