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  • Sellafield processes last of fast reactor fuel 24/06/2022
    The Magnox reprocessing plant at the Sellafield site in Cumbria has reprocessed the final box of used fuel from the UK's fast reactor programme being stored in the plant's ponds. Meanwhile, preparations are being made for the demolition of the iconic Pile One chimney that dominated the landscape over Sellafield for decades.
  • New cocoon for US legacy reactor 24/06/2022
    Work has begun on a protective enclosure for a former reactor on the US Department of Energy's Hanford site in Washington State. The K East Reactor is the seventh at the site to be placed in interim safe storage.  
  • Sixth Hongyanhe unit enters commercial operation 24/06/2022
    Unit 6 of the Hongyanhe nuclear power plant in China's Liaoning province has entered commercial operation, China General Nuclear has announced. The unit is the second of two ACPR-1000 reactors built as Phase II of the plant.
  • G7 urged to back nuclear extensions to tackle climate, security issues 24/06/2022
    The leaders of the Group of Seven large industrialised nations should incentivise the extension of the operating life of existing nuclear reactors and support the restart of others to help achieve the goal of achieving a low-carbon and secure energy supply, the nuclear industry has said.
  • Advanced nuclear tech projects selected for US federal support 23/06/2022
    Orano Federal Services and TerraPower will gain access to the US Department of Energy's national laboratories to help advance their nuclear technologies under the Gateway for Accelerated Innovation in Nuclear (GAIN) initiative.  
  • SKB receives permit to expand Clab capacity 23/06/2022
    Sweden's Land and Environment Court has granted radioactive waste management company Svensk Kärnbränslehantering AB an environmental permit to increase the amount of used nuclear fuel in the Clab interim storage facility at Oskarshamn from 8000 tonnes to 11,000 tonnes.
  • Poland expands cooperation on SMRs and large reactors 23/06/2022
    Polish state-owned energy company Enea SA has signed an agreement with US small modular reactor developer Last Energy to cooperate on the deployment of SMRs, potentially in Poland. Meanwhile, France's EDF has signed further cooperation agreements with Polish companies to support its offer to supply 4 to 6 EPRs in Poland.
  • BNS questions limit to extended operation of Belgian units 22/06/2022
    In a recent position paper, the Belgian Nuclear Society welcomed the political decision to keep two reactors - Doel 4 and Tihange 3 - in operation beyond 2025 because of security of electricity supply concerns. However, it questions why the operation of the units has been limited to just ten years.
  • Ukraine latest: Energoatom looks to future, SNRIU updates EU regulators 22/06/2022
    Ukraine’s nuclear power plant operator Energoatom says it has held talks with US firm Westinghouse to discuss actions including preparing regulatory documentation for the planned construction of new nuclear power units.
  • Canadian Candu produces cancer therapy isotope 22/06/2022
    Lutetium-177 has been produced using a new isotope production system that was installed in unit 7 of the Bruce plant in Ontario, Canada, during a recent planned maintenance outage. It marks the first time the short-lived medical isotope has been produced in a commercial nuclear power reactor.

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  • Minnesota courts hear challenges to use of agricultural land for solar projects 24/06/2022
    The Minnesota Court of Appeals has sided both in favor of solar developers and county officials in recent cases that challenged the denial of permits to build community solar projects in rural areas. Minnesota courts hear challenges to use of agricultural land for solar projects is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news […]
  • Community power advocates excited to see progress on New Hampshire rules 23/06/2022
    The New Hampshire Public Utilities Commission is finalizing community power rules that would allow municipalities to replace distribution utilities as the default procurer of electricity for residents and businesses. Community power advocates excited to see progress on New Hampshire rules is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy […]
  • Commentary: Local officials step up efforts to cut existing buildings’ massive carbon footprint 23/06/2022
    More cities are joining the new White House coalition to meet net-zero goals and slow climate change, writes guest commentator Matt Donath. Commentary: Local officials step up efforts to cut existing buildings’ massive carbon footprint is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy transition. If you would like […]
  • On Washington’s Colville reservation, solar-powered microfarm looks to prove model to boost food, energy sovereignty 22/06/2022
    Two geodesic domes will house Washington state’s first “agrivoltaics” project, an emerging niche that combines agriculture and solar photovoltaics to provide dual uses for land. On Washington’s Colville reservation, solar-powered microfarm looks to prove model to boost food, energy sovereignty is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news service covering the clean energy […]
  • N.C. Supreme Court rules in favor of solar access, against homeowners association 21/06/2022
    The 4-3, bipartisan ruling could impact thousands of developments statewide. “It opens the door to a good chunk of people” who may have previously been denied approval for solar projects, one installer said. N.C. Supreme Court rules in favor of solar access, against homeowners association is an article from Energy News Network, a nonprofit news […]

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  • 11% of New Car Sales in Europe Electric (19% Plugins) 27/06/2022
    Stellantis Shines In Europe — Plugin Vehicle Sales Report With the overall European car market still suffering, down 13% last month year over year (YoY) and down 34% compared to May 2019, the European passenger plugin vehicle market has also started to be affected. It grew just 3% last month, with approximately 183,000 plugin vehicles […]
  • Secret Subsidies: How the Government is Gifting Free Money to Airlines via Its Carbon Market 27/06/2022
    UK airlines were allowed to pollute for free and given subsidies via the UK’s flagship scheme to reduce carbon emissions, new study finds. The UK government is giving airlines so many free pollution permits through the carbon market for aviation that they don’t have to pay for any of their climate-warming emissions. Airline polluters received […]
  • The Key To Climate Action May Be Debt Forgiveness 26/06/2022
    George Monbiot advocates for a bold climate plan that cancels the debts owed by third world countries.
  • Ford’s Choice of Valencia, Spain, Plant For European Next-Gen EV Platform Seems To Be Controversial 26/06/2022
    In a recent press release, Ford announced that it chose the company’s Valencia, Spain, plant for something special. But it was so busy being defensive about the choice that we learned a lot more about its plans for Germany than we did about the news in Spain. What We (Don’t) Know About Ford’s Next-Gen Platform […]
  • Arizona DOT Wants You To Suggest Locations For EV Charging Stations 26/06/2022
    In another recent article, I discussed an innovative initiative in Washington (the state, not the district) to collect suggestions from the public about where EV charging stations are needed. In that case, they put up an interactive map where people could not only suggest new locations, but “heart” other people’s suggestions so officials could know […]
  • Toyota bZ4X First Review — Mediocre At Best 26/06/2022
    Schadenfruede is a German word that has no direct English equivalent, but if you said it involves taking pleasure in someone else’s misfortune, you wouldn’t be too far off. Here at CleanTechnica, we have mercilessly lambasted Toyota for siding with the despicable Trump administration in its war on California’s Air Resources Board, its slyly duplicitous […]
  • Adventurer Chris Ramsey Talks EVs & His Upcoming Pole-To-Pole Trip — Part 1 26/06/2022
    Chris Ramsey will drive a Nissan Ariya E-4ORCE from the North Pole to the South Pole in March 2023. He sat down with me for an interview and we chatted about his achievements, his gratitude for Nissan’s support, and more. This is part one of our interview. In this part, we talk about: Chris Ramsey’s […]
  • Light At The End Of The Tunnel As Italy’s EV Sales Recover In May 26/06/2022
    Originally published on opportunity:energy. Italy’s EV market is not yet out of the woods, but things are starting to look up again. As European countries continue their long run to electrification, the continent’s fourth-largest auto market is struggling to regain the pace it lost a few months ago. The latest UNRAE stats for the month […]
  • MIT Engineers Devise a Recipe for Improving Any Autonomous Robotic System 26/06/2022
    A new general-purpose optimizer can speed up the design of walking robots, self-driving vehicles, and other autonomous systems. Courtesy of Jennifer Chu | MIT News Office Autonomous robots have come a long way since the fastidious Roomba. In recent years, artificially intelligent systems have been deployed in self-driving cars, last-mile food delivery, restaurant service, patient screening, hospital […]
  • Climate Damage Caused by Growing Space Tourism Needs Urgent Mitigation 26/06/2022
    A formidable space tourism industry may have a greater climate effect than the aviation industry and undo repair to the protective ozone layer if left unregulated, according to a new study led by UCL Earth’s Future. Courtesy of UCL. Published today in the journal Earth’s Future, researchers from UCL, the University of Cambridge and Massachusetts Institute […]

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  • Sizewell 26/06/2022
    Funding for the £20bn Sizewell C nuclear power plant is to be signed off by ministers in as little as a fortnight in a move that paves the way for crucial private investment. The Government’s commitment to the plant in Suffolk would be a major boost for EDF, giving it extra certainty as it seeks […]
  • SMRs 26/06/2022
    Rolls-Royce is urging the UK Government to fast-track approval of its small modular nuclear reactors, despite the technology still being in the early stages of development. Trawsfynydd has been identified as a possible site for the reactors, and earlier this week the company established to develop a new reactor there set out plans to start […]
  • Sellafield 26/06/2022
    Staff at Sellafield’s Magnox Reprocessing Plant have safely reprocessed the final box of spent fuel from the UK’s fast reactor programme being stored in the plant’s ponds. It was announced in May that the facility will finish reprocessing on 18 July and enter a new era of decommissioning and clean-up. This latest achievement marks its […]
  • Radwaste 26/06/2022
    Today I was delighted to be able to represent LAND our Radiation Free Lakeland campaign at the Protest against the GDF (Nuclear Dump) plans by Locals. Twenty locals turned up today in Haverigg to protest the siting of a Geological Disposal Facility aka Nuclear Dump for heat generating nuclear wastes under the Irish Sea off […]
  • Bulb 26/06/2022
    Collapsed energy supplier Bulb has lost nearly £600 for each customer on its books since it was bailed out by taxpayers last November as ministers try to find a buyer. Bulb has racked up an £886 million loss in the six months since nationalisation, a progress report from Teneo, the administrators, revealed. The company has […]
  • Ofgem 26/06/2022
    The energy watchdog has taken multiple maulings for its role in the collapse of 29 suppliers since last July, but a savaging from the MoneySavingExpert stood out. Martin Lewis, the advice site’s founder, called Ofgem a “f***ing disgrace” over a tightening of its so-called market stabilisation charge (MSC), introduced in April to deter suppliers from […]
  • Climate Policy – Scotland 26/06/2022
    CLIMATE campaigners have warned a “gaping hole” has emerged in the SNP’s blueprint to hit legal targets after Government officials warned a reliance on a contested technology will not materialise in time. Calls have been made for the Scottish Government to draw up an alternative strategy after an admission that negative emissions technologies (NETs) will […]
  • Europe 26/06/2022
    THERE ARE DISAGREEMENTS between Government party MEPs on whether or not the EU should classify nuclear energy as green, as the European Parliament prepares to vote on the issue next month. The debate is being held after the European Commission sought changes to regulations to classify both nuclear power and gas as green energy until […]
  • France 26/06/2022
    France, the European Union’s leader in nuclear energy, is seeing a massive decline in output. Though it has been relatively unfazed by the bloc’s ongoing energy crisis, declining nuclear production could pose a significant problem in the coming months. The collapse of French nuclear power generation and Putin’s retaliatory cutback on energy exports to Europe […]
  • Germany 26/06/2022
    War has unforeseen consequences. And so it proved last week, when Germany’s politicians did a screeching U-turn on environmental policy and ordered coal power plants to fire up in the face of soaring gas prices stoked by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. “From now on, gas is a scarce commodity,” said economy minister Robert Habeck, a […]

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