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  • Bruce output hits new peak 15/10/2021
    Bruce Power yesterday announced the achievement of a new site generation peak and set a goal of achieving a site peak of 7000 MW by 2030 as it implements its Made in Ontario post-pandemic economic recovery plan. Production of medical isotopes is also part of the plan, and the company said it plans to carry […]
  • Energy crisis spurs Bulgaria's nuclear debate 15/10/2021
    Demands for new nuclear build in Bulgaria have intensified on the high price of coal-fired electricity and the need to replace the power plants that produce it. Bogomil Manchev, chairman of the Bulgarian Atomic Forum, used a newspaper interview to call on the government to make a plan to build at Belene as well as […]
  • Germans asked to keep reactors in operation 15/10/2021
    Germany's phase-out of nuclear energy will only lead to the country missing its 2030 carbon emissions target, 25 leading foreign and German environmentalists, journalists and academics have written in an open letter to the German public. They call on German politicians to be "brave enough" to change legislation to at least postpone the shutdown of […]
  • Fuel loading completed at Shin Hanul 1 15/10/2021
    The loading of all 241 fuel assemblies into the core of unit 1 at the Shin Hanul nuclear power plant in South Korea has been completed, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power announced. The unit - the first of two APR-1400 reactors at the site - is scheduled to enter commercial operation in mid-2022 following tests […]
  • Nuclear helps tackle high energy prices, Foratom says 15/10/2021
    A European Commission communication that includes a "toolbox" that the EU and its Member States can use to address the immediate impact of high energy prices fails to mention nuclear energy's contribution, Foratom said. By including nuclear, the EU would have a unique opportunity for limiting its dependence on carbon intensive natural gas imports, thereby […]
  • Agreements support Canadian SMR development and deployment 14/10/2021
    Separate Memoranda of Understanding supporting the future development and deployment of advanced small modular reactors in Canada will see Cameco and Terrestrial Energy investigate opportunities related to Terrestrial's Integrated Molten Salt Reactor, while ARC Clean Energy Canada and Cross River Infrastructure Partners LLC will work together to develop sustainable industrial projects using ARC's SMR technology. […]
  • Eighth panel completed at WIPP 14/10/2021
    Mining of the eighth panel at the US Department of Energy's Waste Isolation Pilot Plant in New Mexico has been completed, seven years after work began. Emplacement of transuranic waste in the newly mined panel is expected to begin in April 2022.
  • France makes nuclear offer to Poland 14/10/2021
    France's EDF has made an offer to the Polish government to build as many as six EPR units. A project of that size would decarbonise 40% of the country's electricity and avoid up to 55 million tons of CO2 per year, EDF said. The "non-binding preliminary offer" represents a range of options for Poland. It […]
  • Five bids shortlisted to host STEP fusion plant 14/10/2021
    Five sites - one in Scotland and four in England - have been shortlisted to host the UK's prototype fusion energy plant - the Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production. The site of the demonstration plant, due to begin operating by 2040, is expected to be announced at the end of next year.
  • UK nuclear insurers provide 'certainty' to support decarbonisation 13/10/2021
    The UK nuclear insurance pool has expanded its capacity to EUR1.2 billion (USD1.4 billion), which will provide the "insurance certainty" to allow the nuclear sector to support the net zero transition, London-based Nuclear Risk Insurers said yesterday. It has finalised its position on covering the extensions of liability created as part of the 2004 Protocol […]

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  • Smoke from nuclear war would devastate ozone layer, alter climate 13/10/2021
    The massive columns of smoke generated by a nuclear war would alter the world's climate for years and devastate the ozone layer, endangering both human health and food supplies, new research shows. The international study draws on newly developed computer climate modeling techniques to paint an even grimmer picture of a global nuclear war's aftermath […]
  • Quarks and antiquarks at high momentum shake the foundations of visible matter 13/10/2021
    Two independent studies have illuminated unexpected substructures in the fundamental components of all matter. Preliminary results using a novel tagging method could explain the origin of the longstanding nuclear paradox known as the EMC effect. Meanwhile, authors will share next steps after the recent observation of asymmetrical antimatter in the proton.
  • A 5-sigma standard model anomaly is possible 12/10/2021
    One of the best chances for proving beyond-the-standard-model physics relies on something called the Cabibbo-Kobayashi-Maskawa (CKM) matrix. The standard model insists that the CKM matrix, which describes the mixing of quarks, should be unitary. But growing evidence suggests that during certain forms of radioactive decay, the unitarity of the CKM matrix might break.
  • To find sterile neutrinos, think small 12/10/2021
    Experiments have spotted anomalies hinting at a new type of neutrino, one that would go beyond the standard model of particle physics and perhaps open a portal to the dark sector. But no one has ever directly observed this hypothetical particle.
  • Professor uncovers surprising results from nuclear reactions inside stars 12/10/2021
    Where do our elements come from? And how are they made? New research is flipping the script on those age-old nuclear astrophysics questions. The truth is out there -- several light years away among the stars, to be exact.
  • Scientists capture the fleeting transition of water into a highly reactive state 02/10/2021
    Researchers have uncovered a key step in the ionization of liquid water using the lab's high-speed 'electron camera,' MeV-UED. This reaction is of fundamental significance to a wide range of fields, including nuclear engineering, space travel, cancer treatment and environmental remediation.
  • Extending the power of attosecond spectroscopy 29/09/2021
    Scientists have shown that the powerful transient absorption spectroscopy technique can unravel ultrafast motion of electrons and nuclei in a molecule in real time and with atomic spatial resolution.
  • Engineers discover way to turn organic waste into renewable biofuel additives using radiation 22/09/2021
    The renewable proportion of petrol is set to increase to 20 per cent over the coming years, meaning the discovery of a new production pathway for these additives could help in the fight to cut carbon dioxide emissions and tackle climate change. Engineers propose a process to generate one such additive, solketal, using waste from […]
  • An experimental loop for simulating nuclear reactors in space 22/09/2021
    Nuclear thermal propulsion, which uses heat from nuclear reactions as fuel, could be used one day in human spaceflight, possibly even for missions to Mars. Its development, however, poses a challenge. The materials used must be able to withstand high heat and bombardment of high-energy particles on a regular basis. A nuclear engineering doctoral student […]
  • 'Beach ball' representations calculated for US underground nuclear tests can aid monitoring 21/09/2021
    Researchers have calculated moment tensors for 130 underground nuclear and 10 chemical test explosions that took place at the Nevada National Security test site.

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  • Montana tests biochar to reduce wildfire risks, with potential for mine remediation 14/10/2021
    Land managers are eyeing a centuries-old practice to help Western landscapes adapt to a hotter, drier and more fire-filled future, with possible benefits for reclaimed fossil fuel extraction areas. Montana tests biochar to reduce wildfire risks, with potential for mine remediation is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean […]
  • For renters in Rhode Island, charging is a barrier to electric vehicle adoption 14/10/2021
    State officials are soliciting public comments on an electric vehicle infrastructure plan that aims to help it close the gap with neighboring states and meet a goal of getting 43,000 EVs on the road by 2025. For renters in Rhode Island, charging is a barrier to electric vehicle adoption is an article from Energy News […]
  • Arizona lawmaker takes aim at policy barring campaign contributions by utilities 12/10/2021
    Arizona's Legislative Council suggested the state's utility regulator may have overstepped its authority by preventing its elected members from taking campaign contributions from utilities Arizona lawmaker takes aim at policy barring campaign contributions by utilities is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like […]
  • FirstEnergy, DeWine’s office and others still far from full disclosure on HB 6 12/10/2021
    Roadblocks at the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio, in Gov. Mike DeWine’s office and elsewhere could make it harder to prevent future corruption. FirstEnergy, DeWine’s office and others still far from full disclosure on HB 6 is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would […]
  • Commentary: Bipartisan climate breakthrough holds lessons for purple states to follow 12/10/2021
    North Carolina’s new law represents what is likely the most ambitious carbon policy of any purple or red state in the country, writes guest commentator Tyler H. Norris of Cypress Creek Renewables. Commentary: Bipartisan climate breakthrough holds lessons for purple states to follow is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering […]

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  • Will New Zealand Become the Norway of the Pacific? 16/10/2021
    When I drove around New Zealand in 2005, I was impressed by how well they looked after their own cars, and how British they were. Every yard seemed to be adorned by an old Morris. Well, things have been changing radically as New Zealand aims to become the Norway of the Pacific. New Zealand does […]
  • Looking At Geothermal Energy Through An International Lens 16/10/2021
    NREL Geoscientist Champions Geothermal as Renewable and Resilient Heat and Power Source
  • Tesla Insurance Is Available In Texas, Y’all 16/10/2021
    Tesla has officially launched its insurance platform in Texas and has a neat way of determining how Tesla owners receive their rates. The insurance rates are determined based upon Tesla’s evaluation of drivers’ real-time driving behavior on the road. Taking center stage is Tesla’s Safety Score system. When Texan Tesla owners sign up for Tesla’s […]
  • New Survey Finds Electric Vehicle Drivers Prefer Charging To Gassing Up 16/10/2021
    Originally posted on EVANNEX. By Charles Morris What’s it like to drive an electric vehicle? To paraphrase an old ad campaign, ask a person who owns one. NewMotion, a European charging network owned by oil giant Shell, has released its latest annual survey of EV drivers, and the findings should make interesting reading for anyone thinking of […]
  • Country Roads, Take Me Home — In An Electric Car 16/10/2021
    Demonstration Projects Bring New Transportation Options to Small Towns
  • Holy Smoke, It’s The Electric Moke! 16/10/2021
    The year is 1964 – it is the era of the Beatles, the Beach Boys, and Bridget Bardot. When British Motor Corporation called for a rugged vehicle (initially for military operations), Sir Alex Issigonis responded with the Mini Moke. The “Moke” is the combination of the drivetrain from a minivan vehicle and a lightweight body […]
  • Aussie Ingenuity Combines With Electricity To Produce Good Clean Fun 15/10/2021
    Started in Byron Bay in 2018, Fliteboard has a fan club of the most influential. Does Chris Hemsworth have one, you ask?  Not yet, but he has tried it out! Kite surfing world record holder David Trewern built the first prototypes of Fliteboard using a 3D printer from Aldi (a budget supermarket). Surfing without effort […]
  • “Just Get Rid Of That Thing!” — Visualizing Seemingly Interchangeable Home Energy Flows 15/10/2021
    The Power Squeeze That Inspired Me Last month, I bought a house. I could have afforded something a lot nicer, but I didn’t feel like being in debt up to my eyeballs. So, I bought a doublewide manufactured home that needed some repairs that I could do. After the purchase and getting the basic things […]
  • Tesla Model Y Outsells Model 3 In China. Cybertruck Details Removed From Website. 15/10/2021
    The Tesla Model Y outsold the Model 3 in China in September.
  • Tesla Model 3 Reaches #1 in Germany in 29% Plugin Vehicle Share Market! 15/10/2021
    The German plugin vehicle market scored over 56,000 registrations last month, a 36% improvement year over year (YoY), an amazing performance, especially considering the overall market was down 26%. As a result, last month’s plugin share ended at 29% (17% BEV). The yearly plugin vehicle market share was up to 24% (12% BEV), an impressive result, especially […]

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  • New Nuclear 16/10/2021
    UK to put nuclear power at heart of net zero emissions strategy. British ministers will put nuclear energy at the heart of Britain’s strategy to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2050 in government documents due as early as next week, along with new details on its funding model. Kwasi Kwarteng, business secretary, is due […]
  • SMRs 16/10/2021
    The government is poised to approve funding for a fleet of Rolls-Royce mini nuclear reactors that the prime minister hopes will help the UK reach his target of zero-carbon electricity by 2035. A consortium led by the British engineering firm had already secured £210m in backing from private investors for the small modular reactor (SMR) […]
  • Wylfa & Trawsfynydd 16/10/2021
    Reviving nuclear power station projects such as Wylfa B on Anglesey and Trawsfynydd in Gwynedd is at the heart of the UK Government’s ambitions to attain net zero carbon emissions by 2035, government sources have said. The UK Government is expected to reveal its new nuclear strategy in documents to be published next week, alongside […]
  • Sizewell 16/10/2021
    The developers behind the bid to build a new nuclear power plant at Sizewell have revealed details of their £250million package of funding to mitigate the impacts of the site – but Suffolk County Council still has ‘big tickets’ concerns over the project. The examination phase of the £20billion nuclear facility plans has concluded, with […]
  • Fusion 16/10/2021
    ANTI-NUCLEAR campaigners have hit out at the UK Government’s plan to create a prototype nuclear fusion power plant that is being developed with hopes to sustain moves away from fossil fuels. The Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) has said that this latest effort to extol the virtues of nuclear fusion as a “low carbon” […]
  • Climate Policy 16/10/2021
    Boris Johnson faces a significant test of his leadership before the Cop26 climate summit as the chancellor and business secretary are at war over the imminent plan for reaching net zero carbon dioxide emissions. The government is poised to publish its long-awaited net zero strategy on Monday, setting out how the UK will meet its […]
  • Energy Prices 16/10/2021
    Customers who buy fixed-tariff energy plans will spend hundreds of pounds more over the next two years than if they had stayed on a “default” contract. The price of fixed-term plans has dramatically risen as wholesale energy costs have soared. Default “variable” tariffs, historically more expensive, are protected by the regulator’s energy price cap. This […]
  • Energy Supplies 16/10/2021
    Energy bosses are vying to bring two mothballed gas-fired power stations back into action as power prices soar. The Severn Power station in South Wales and Sutton Bridge in Lincolnshire were run by Calon Energy, which went into administration in June 2020. The two stations were taken out of the generation market but remained under […]
  • Europe 16/10/2021
    A European Commission (EC) communication that includes a “toolbox” that the EU and its Member States can use to address the immediate impact of high energy prices fails to mention nuclear energy’s contribution, Foratom said. By including nuclear, the EU would have a unique opportunity of limiting its dependence on carbon intensive natural gas imports, […]
  • AQ Khan 16/10/2021
    A.Q. Khan: A hero in Pakistan, a nuclear villain elsewhere. The scientist is also accused of enabling some of the world’s most dangerous governments to pursue their own nuclear dreams. Widely considered the “father” of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons program, Abdul Qadeer Khan died last week at the age of 85. His efforts made him a […]

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