ncg in the news …
This year has been catastrophic for nuclear power, and just when it seemed the situation couldn’t get any worse for the industry, it did: there are clear signs of a nuclear slow-down in China, the only country with a large nuclear new-build program.
By Dr Jim Green
energy post, 18th October 2017
Given the uncertainties about BREXIT- when where, how, why and even if – there had been a striking lack of government policy activity in the energy field over the last few months.
By Prof David Elliott
Environmental Research Web, 14th October 2017
Response by Dr Paul Dorfman to BEIS transboundary consultation under Espoo and Aarhus on Hinkley Point C.
12th October 2017
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It’s unusual, but things do occasionally change in the UK! We had been quietly awaiting the governments much delayed Carbon Plan, but then came an unexpected shock, a dramatic fall in offshore wind prices emerging from the new round of the Contract for Difference (CfD) auction process. Hornsea Project 1, … [Continue Reading]