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The fate of new nuclear projects will be determined by renewable technologies – and reasons to increase their roll-out are growing.
By Dr Paul Dorfman
The Telegraph, 18th September 2020
Après Toshiba, Hitachi abandonne son projet d’une centrale nucléaire. EDF est l’un des derniers acteurs en lice.
Quoting Dr Paul Dorfman
Le Monde, 17th September 2020
The September issue of the newsletter from No 2 Nuclear Power, keeping climate campaigners informed about nuclear developments in the UK, and anti-nuclear campaigners about climate issues.
By Pete Roche
No 2 Nuclear Power, 16th September 2020
ncg, launched in 2007, is an independent, non-profit virtual institute dedicated to providing expert research and analysis of nuclear issues. Through publications and scholarly exchanges the ncg seeks to encourage thoughtful debate and inform people and policy about this critical power arena.
Greenpeace Environmental Trust supports Nuclear Consulting Group
After 70 years of producing plutonium in reprocessing works the United Kingdom, now with 140 tonnes of it, the largest stockpile in the world, finds it has no use for the metal – and needs to spend £4.5 billion (US$6bn) just to keep it safe. Having already spent at least … [Continue Reading]