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Articles from ncg members. For news articles before 2014, see the news archive.
By Pinar Temocin
Asian Journal of Peacebuilding Vol. 6 No. 2 (2018): 353-377
As new technologies trying to compete with well-established technologies, renewables needed some interim help. In a new book, Renewable Energy in the UK: Past, Present and Future, I look at how that has been done.
By Prof David Elliott
Physics World, 6th February 2019
CND’s Bruce Kent on Sky News talking about Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the INF treaty and ramping up the nuclear arms race.
Sky News, 2nd February 2019
A decline in the number of power reactors and escalating battles over reactor lifespan extensions and decommissioning approaches
By Dr Jim Green
The Ecologist, 29th January 2019
Investors favor power plants with lower cost, quicker construction
Government reviewing alternative financing models
Quoting Dr Paul Dorfman.
Nucleonics Week, Volume 60 / Number 4, p3, 24th January 2019
By David Toke
The Conversation, 23rd January 2019
As atomic energy gets ever more difficult to afford and renewables become steadily cheaper, a nuclear sunset awaits plans for new plants.
By Paul Brown
Climate News Network, 21st January 2019
Were it not for blanket Brexit, smothering every other news item, I suspect there would have been a lot more coverage of the recent collapse of Hitachi’s nuclear pretensions here in the UK.
Jonathon Porritt's Blog, 20th January 2019