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  • Another GDF community partnership forms in Cumbria 19/01/2022
    A community partnership has been formed in Allerdale, Cumbria, UK, to take forward discussions around siting a geological disposal facility for high-level radioactive waste. The Allerdale GDF Community Partnership is the third to form, following Mid Copeland GDF Community Partnership and South Copeland GDF Community Partnership in late-2021.
  • Regulator authorises expansion of Canadian mill tailings facility 18/01/2022
    The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission has amended the uranium mine and mill licence held by Orano Canada Inc allowing it to expand the JEB tailings management facility at McClean Lake.
  • Decree allows further development at Russian ISL project 18/01/2022
    Further development of the Khokhlovskoye uranium deposit in the Kurgan region of Russia can proceed after the Russian government classified sites within JSC Dalur's existing licence as "industrial land". The government decree was issued after a public inquiry where local residents approved amendments to municipal land use rules.
  • Core catcher casing in place at Xudabao 3 and Tianwan 7 18/01/2022
    The core catcher casing has been installed for two of the Russian-supplied VVER-1200 reactors being constructed in China. The 156-tonne casing is part of the core catcher, which is intended to prevent release of radioactive substances in the event of a severe accident.
  • Belgian regulator says reactors could operate beyond 2025 18/01/2022
    Belgium's Doel 4 and Tihange 3 could continue operating beyond 2025 provided certain safety upgrades are carried out, Belgium's Federal Agency for Nuclear Control has said. However, it said the government must make a prompt decision on their long-term operation and develop a global approach with all the actors involved.
  • Slovenia sets date to exit coal 17/01/2022
    Slovenia will close its coal-fired power plants in 2033, the country's government has decided. New nuclear build to enable this is planned at the Krško plant before 2030.
  • Brazil looks to nuclear expansion 17/01/2022
    Brazil has begun a process to identify sites for the new nuclear power units it plans to have in operation by 2050. The Ministry of Mines and Energy has secured cooperation of specialists at Cepel for a siting study.
  • Hanhikivi 1 licensing work nears completion 17/01/2022
    Licensing work for the planned Hanhikivi 1 nuclear power plant in Finland has progressed "to the homestretch", with the final licensing materials expected to be submitted to the nuclear regulator over the next couple of months, Fennovoima has said.
  • Koeberg offline for replacement of steam generators 17/01/2022
    Unit 2 of South Africa’s Koeberg nuclear power plant has been taken offline for refuelling and the replacement of its three steam generators and reactor pressure vessel head. The work is part of plans to extend its operation for 20 years, and scheduled to take five months.
  • IEA praises Canada clean energy transition efforts 14/01/2022
    Canada's electricity system is amongst the cleanest in the world, thanks to hydro and nuclear power, a policy review by the International Energy Agency has found. Launching the report on 13 January, IEA Executive Director Fatih Birol praised Canada's leadership in the development of small modular reactors and expressed the agency's support for the Canadian […]

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  • Common household cleaner can boost effort to harvest fusion energy on Earth 12/01/2022
    Path-setting findings demonstrate for the first time a novel regime for confining heat in stellarators. The demonstration could advance the twisty design as a blueprint for future fusion power plants.
  • Record-setting isotope of magnesium 23/12/2021
    Researchers have created an extraordinarily light version, or isotope, of magnesium.
  • Fueling the future with new perovskite-related oxide-ion conductors 22/12/2021
    Stable and high oxide-ion conductors based on a new hexagonal perovskite-related oxide has been reported in a recent study. These high-performance oxide-ion conductors could pave the way for the development of solid electrolytes for next-generation batteries and clean energy devices such as solid oxide fuel cells.
  • Speeding the development of fusion energy 21/12/2021
    Profile of path-setting method to simulate the crazy-quilt movement of free electrons during experimental efforts to harness on Earth the fusion power that drives the sun and stars. The method cracks a complex equation that can enable improved control of the random and fast-moving moving electrons in the fuel for fusion energy.
  • Measuring a quantum computer’s power just got faster and more accurate 20/12/2021
    What does a quantum computer have in common with a top draft pick in sports? Both have attracted lots of attention from talent scouts. Quantum computers, experimental machines that can perform some tasks faster than supercomputers, are constantly evaluated, much like young athletes, for their potential to someday become game-changing technology.
  • How molecular clusters in the nucleus interact with chromosomes 24/11/2021
    Using computer simulations, chemists have discovered how nuclear bodies called nucleoli interact with chromosomes in the nucleus, and how those interactions help the nucleoli exist as stable droplets within the nucleus.
  • Breakthrough in surface-based groundwater measurement 24/11/2021
    A team of researchers has developed an effective technology to carry out very accurate, non-invasive groundwater measurements in previously inaccessible areas. Using the new technology, NMR measurements (nuclear magnetic resonance) are now a cheap, fast and, above all, very accurate tool for mapping and characterizing groundwater systems.
  • Electrons set the stage for neutrino experiments 24/11/2021
    Neutrinos may be the key to finally solving a mystery of the origins of our matter-dominated universe, and preparations for two major, billion-dollar experiments are underway to reveal the particles' secrets. Now, a team of nuclear physicists have turned to the humble electron to provide insight for how these experiments can better prepare to capture […]
  • Scientists create insights into perhaps the most extreme state of matter produced on Earth 19/11/2021
    Exotic laser-produced high-energy-density (HED) plasmas akin to those found in stars and nuclear explosions could provide insight into events throughout the universe. Physicists have discovered a new way to measure and understand these plasmas, among the most extreme states of matter ever produced on Earth. Improved understanding could provide benefits ranging from fine-tuning the high-density […]
  • Nuclear radiation used to transmit digital data wirelessly 10/11/2021
    Engineers have successfully transferred digitally encoded information wirelessly using nuclear radiation instead of conventional technology. The researchers measured the spontaneous emission of fast neutrons from californium-252, a radioactive isotope produced in nuclear reactors. Several examples of information, i.e., a word, the alphabet and a random number selected blindly, were encoded serially into the modulation of […]

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  • Volkswagen money helps Connecticut start ‘long road’ to electric school buses 19/01/2022
    State regulators announced a third round of spending last month from the state’s Volkswagen emissions-cheating settlement. More than $9.5 million will go to replace school buses in seven environmental justice communities. Volkswagen money helps Connecticut start ‘long road’ to electric school buses is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the […]
  • A Minnesota co-op credits clean energy transition for stabilizing wholesale rates 19/01/2022
    Great River Energy, Minnesota’s largest generation and transmission cooperative, recently announced that it would not be raising rates for 2022, and it credited wind investments and a shift from coal power. A Minnesota co-op credits clean energy transition for stabilizing wholesale rates is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the […]
  • Eye on Ohio utilities: Winter brings more chilling news in Ohio’s ongoing HB 6 scandal 18/01/2022
    Bill rider money unaccounted for, and DeWine backs away from coal subsidies. Eye on Ohio utilities: Winter brings more chilling news in Ohio’s ongoing HB 6 scandal is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like to support us please make a donation.
  • EPA coal ash announcement turns up the heat on Illinois municipal utility 18/01/2022
    Residents fear groundwater contamination from coal ash, but Springfield’s City, Water, Light and Power says closing ash ponds will actually endanger water supply. EPA coal ash announcement turns up the heat on Illinois municipal utility is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like […]
  • Ohio advocates say there’s still a need to knock on doors before utility shutoffs 14/01/2022
    Technology no longer requires utilities to dispatch a service worker to shut off a customer’s power. Consumer advocates, though, say regulators should still require an in-person visit before companies turn off electricity. Ohio advocates say there’s still a need to knock on doors before utility shutoffs is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit […]

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  • The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation: The Hydrogen Factor 19/01/2022
    In this piece, I will attempt to summarize and paraphrase a comprehensive and detailed report, The Geopolitics of the Energy Transformation: The Hydrogen Factor, from the International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA). For a full understanding, the reader is urged to study the report in full. Based on two surveys, the first to IRENA member countries […]
  • Warning: Don’t Get Your Tesla FSD (Beta) Privileges Revoked! 19/01/2022
    Background: My wife and I have been driving our Tesla Model 3 for ~2.3 years. We commute 1500 miles between our homes in Utah and Wisconsin with our dog and everything we’ll need for 6 months, including carrying two big ebikes on the back. We’ve made a 2200 mile cross-country run between North Carolina and […]
  • 10 Significant Water Power Accomplishments From 2021 19/01/2022
    NREL Experts Are Advancing Marine Energy and Hydropower To Help Build a 100% Clean Energy Future Over the last year, National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) researchers worked hard to advance water power, a clean, carbon-pollution-free energy source. From surging oceans to rushing rivers, flowing waters are a constant and bountiful source of renewable energy. Today, […]
  • The Gap Is Widening Between Tesla’s Sales & Its German EV Competition’s Sales 18/01/2022
    There was a time when traditional automakers could have stymied Tesla’s growth story. Is it possible they missed their window? Christiaan Hetzner at Fortune reports, “Try as they might, some of Tesla’s closest rivals are falling further and further behind Elon Musk’s pace even as they double sales of their electric-vehicle[s].” Fortune focuses on Tesla’s German rivals […]
  • EV Charging In Rural Areas — Different Balance, Different Focus (Sometimes) 18/01/2022
    We are well versed in the need for EV charging stations for road trips, for urban residents who don’t have garages or dedicated parking spaces with electricity outlets next to them, for workplace charging, and for topping up at popular hotspots. However, there are more charging infrastructure needs than all of that if we want […]
  • Meet the Environmental Scientist Who Wants to Decolonize Conservation 18/01/2022
    Indigenous communities “are seen as research subjects rather than researchers.” Originally published on Nexus Media. By Kate Wheeling Jessica Hernandez found her way to conservation science and environmental justice through her grandmother — and her knowledge about the natural world, accumulated over generations. Maria de Jesus, a member of southern Mexico’s Zapotec community, showed her granddaughter […]
  • Cut Carbon & Toxic Pollution, Make Cement Clean & Green 18/01/2022
    By Veena Singla & Sasha Stashwick  Decarbonizing cement plants is a critical part of reaching our climate goals. Cement is a key ingredient in concrete, which is the most widely used manmade material on the planet, and has few, if any, viable alternatives. Cement is incredibly dirty to produce: while it only constitutes 10-15% of concrete’s […]
  • New Renewable Power Plants Are Reducing U.S. Electricity Generation From Natural Gas 18/01/2022
    In our January Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), we forecast that rising electricity generation from renewable energy resources such as solar and wind will reduce generation from fossil fuel-fired power plants over the next two years. The forecast share of generation for U.S. non-hydropower renewable sources, including solar and wind, grows from 13% in 2021 to 17% in […]
  • India X Cleantech — January 2022 18/01/2022
    Welcome to another issue of our India x Cleantech series! On a monthly basis, we are pulling news from across clean technology sectors in India into a single, concise summary article about the country. Cleantech Investments Government Expects $15 Billion Investment In Renewable Energy In 2022 The Indian minister for new and renewable energy, RK […]
  • CATL EVOGO Battery Swap System Introduced In China 18/01/2022
    CATL has introduced its EVOGO battery swap system designed to conquer range anxiety and lower the financial barriers to EV ownership.

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  • Radwaste 19/01/2022
    Allerdale GDF Community Partnership forms. The group provides a platform to increase community engagement and trigger local investment funding. The latest move marks another important step forward in the nationwide search to find a willing community and suitable site for a Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) where higher-activity radioactive waste will be safely and securely disposed […]
  • Bradwell 19/01/2022
    The following is a letter from resident Judy Lea in response to Maldon MP John Whittingdale speaking in favour of the proposed nuclear power station in Bradwell-on-Sea last Monday (10 January), telling the House of Commons he “remains a strong supporter of nuclear power”. I read your piece on our respected MP’s enthusiasm for a […]
  • SMRs 19/01/2022
    A campaigner has claimed there is no need for further nuclear development in Scotland and urged local MP Jamie Stone to think again about his support for a new type of reactor to be built in Caithness. Councillor Feargal Dalton, chairman of the Scottish Forum of Nuclear Free Local Authorities (NFLA), argued that the country […]
  • Energy Crisis 19/01/2022
    The long-term sustainability of the energy sector is at risk from the short-term measures being considered as a solution to the energy crisis. Currently policy makers are focusing too heavily on solutions to manage the upcoming price cap increase, in particular the Default Tariff Cap, without treating the root cause of the energy crisis, according […]
  • Climate Policy 19/01/2022
    Dieter Helm: One definition of madness is said to be persisting with Plan A in the face of all the evidence that it is not working, and avoiding even thinking about a Plan B. But, after 30 years and 26 COPs — Conferences of the Parties to the UN’s 1992 Framework Convention on Climate Change […]
  • Together Energy 19/01/2022
    Together Energy is the latest supplier to cease trading amid the surge in gas prices, the regulator Ofgem has said. Together Energy Retail, which has about 176,000 domestic customers, was part-owned by Warrington Borough Council. The council, which spent £18m on a 50% stake in the firm in 2019, said it was “disappointed” the firm […]
  • Fusion 19/01/2022
    Is a $22bn giant magnet the ‘holy grail’ of clean energy? Dozens of nations have staked huge sums – and decades of work – on a nuclear fusion project they hope can play a key role in ending the climate crisis. But is the ITER programme more than a pipe dream? If ITER works, it […]
  • Submarines 19/01/2022
    EARLY 100,000 anti-radiation pills have been handed out to residents of three English ports in case nuclear submarines go into meltdown, Declassified UK has found. The medication, issued between 2016 and 2021 in Plymouth, Portland and Barrow-in-Furness, went to nurseries, schools, care homes and clinics near naval docks. The figures were revealed in a freedom […]
  • Nuclear Weapons 19/01/2022
    Anti-nuclear bomb campaigners call on government to attend crucial disarmament conference. Campaigners launched a “talks not bombs” campaign today to urge the government to attend a crucial nuclear disarmament conference. The first meeting of states who are parties to the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) is taking place in Vienna in March […]
  • Nuclear Ships 19/01/2022
    KIMO International and the UK/Ireland Nuclear Free Local Authorities, two organisations campaigning for pollution-free oceans have expressed their concerns at the possible danger posed to the marine environment by a Russian nuclear-powered freighter stranded in the Russian Far East. NFLA 19th Jan 2022 read more »

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