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Finland grows more and more open to nuclear energy
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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.
Ukraine war: Zelenskyy hits back at Russia's 'dirty bomb' claims
President Zelenskyy implied that Russia was laying the groundwork for setting off a nuclear device and blaming it on Ukraine.
Which four EU countries are aiming for 100% clean power by 2030?
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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.
Energy crisis will speed up green transition, says renewables chief
Ukraine crisis will speed energy transition in mid-term, says renewables agency chief
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Cost of living crisis: What energy prices does the EU want to cap?
Member states are discussing a proposal to partially capture the excess revenues made by renewable and nuclear energy.
IAEA Chief says integrity of Zaporizhzhia power plant is a priority
A team of 14 IAEA staff travelled to Ukraine to inspect the plant, which has been the site of several battles and explosions in recent weeks
South Korea offers aid in return for North's denuclearisation
South Korea has offered a large-scale aid package in return for North Korea's denuclearisation, a proposal thought unlikely to be welcomed by Pyongyang.
Analysis: How Czechs see the start of their EU Council presidency
Euronews correspondent Méabh Mc Mahon reports on her trip to Prague as the Czech Republic takes over the EU Council presidency this month.
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The plan, known as taxonomy, aims to make it clear to investors what can legitimately be called green.