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Watch: Activists light up fireworks at nuclear power plant
Greenpeace demands more security and protection at nuclear power facilities.
Greenpeace redacts report on French nuclear security as likely to offer intel to terrorists
Greenpeace is making what it calls an "alarming" full report on French nuclear security unavailable to the public in case it offers intel to terrorists.
Fukushima ice wall near completion
Final efforts are underway to complete an ice wall at Japan's Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant.
Iran nuclear talks miss deadline, enter seventh day
Iran nuclear talks have missed a Tuesday deadline and are now continuing without the Russian, Chinese and French foreign ministers. The negotiators
Swiss referendum on renewable energy
Swiss voters are set to back the government's plan to provide billions of euros in subsidies for renewable energy, ban the construction of new nuclear plants and help bail out struggling utilities acc
France formalises decision to close oldest nuclear plant
The French government has published a decree for closing the country’s oldest nuclear plant, at Fessenheim, in eastern France.
EU OK's Hungarian nuclear plant extension
The European Commission has given the go-ahead for the extension of a Hungarian nuclear plant, which is being bankrolled by Russia.
Toshiba on the rocks after Japanese giant reveals huge losses
Japanese household name Toshiba is in crisis after huge losses and the possible sell-off of its nuclear division, threatening a new nuclear plant project in the UK.
Flamanville nuclear power plant blast: no radioactive leak, say officials
Authorities in northern France say there is no risk of contamination after an explosion occured at the Flamanville nuclear power plant.
Explosion at Flamanville nuclear power plant, several people injured
An explosion has erupted at EDF’s Flamanville nuclear power plant in northern France.
Renewable energy co-operatives: Europe can literally be powered by its people
By Dirk Vansintjan, President, REScoop In its recently released Clean Energy Package, the European Commission finally acknowledged that energy
EDF accepts closure of France's oldest nuclear plant
EDF has finally voted to begin the process of closing France’s oldest nuclear plant after accepting a government compensation plan.
Iran to Trump: nuclear deal is not bilateral and it's not up to you
The nuclear deal with Iran is one of the thorny topics to watch after Trump's inauguration on Friday
German court rules energy firms can be compensated for nuclear phase-out
The court in Karlsruhe says utilities should not foot the bill alone for the government's decision to phase out nuclear power.
Nuclear diamonds could solve clean energy problems
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.
Chernobyl 'protected for a century' by new Confinement Arch
There were celebrations at Chernobyl on Tuesday because a feat of engineering has emerged from the ashes of its nuclear disaster.
Chernobyl nuclear disaster site sealed with massive steel shield
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…
The Swiss reject rapid phase-out of nuclear power
In a referendum, the Swiss have voted against a proposal that would have accelerated the closure of the countries five nuclear plants.
Chernobyl's new shelter moves slowly into place
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.
Radioactive leak at Norway nuclear facility
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