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A new-build programme would create an intolerable burden on communities into the far future.
By Prof Andrew Blowers
The Guardian, 24th January 2018
On Friday, a 28-page text covering the main policy fields cursorily was published after a previous draft had been leaked. For energy policy, the changes are encouraging, but a lot of question marks remain. Craig Morris takes a look.
By Craig Morris
Energy Transition, 16th January 2018
Brazil is one of three Latin American countries with nuclear power. It also suffers from violent crime. Now a heavily armed gang has brought the two together. With comments from Dr Paul Dorfman.
The Guardian, 12th January 2018
Franco-German TV Documentary, screened December 2017, includes interview with Dr Paul Dorfman, 1.13.00 and 1.16.40 into the programme.
A special issue of nuClear News with comments on the report commissioned by the Government from Professor Dieter Helm on the cost of energy.
By Pete Roche
No 2 Nuclear Power, 4th January 2018
Disturbing links between Britain’s nuclear power stations and the military.
By Dr David Lowry
The Guardian, 27th December 2017
Wind power is expanding in the UK, offshore especially, and an updated study shows that most of the objections are overblown.
By Prof David Elliot
Environmental Research Web , 23rd December 2017
Letter David Lowry: Your energy editor Andrew Ward reports (December 19) that Horizon Energy, a consortium of Hitachi of Japan and GE of the US, has cleared one obstacle to building a new nuclear plant on Anglesey by securing the sign-off by the UK’s Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) and the Environment Agency, for the Design Acceptance Confirmation document.
By Dr David Lowry
Financial Times, 21st December 2017