What war in Ukraine means for energy

The terrible war in Ukraine is being used by opponents of green energy to promote more oil and gas, new nuclear and even fracking. None of which makes the slightest sense.

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The latest nuclear con

Small Modular Reactors won’t be cheap and they will be so unpopular it is unlikely any of them will actually get built.

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Scottish Labour’s drift towards nuclear power

Calls for new nuclear power are rearing their ugly head again including from Scottish Labour, who blocked nuclear in Scotland 16 years ago.

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Nuclear power – 35 years on from Chernobyl

Since Chernobyl only three reactor projects have begun in Europe, all being built by the French state-owned company EDF.

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Japan’s outrageous radioactive waste plan

A decision to dump Fukushima’s radioactive waste water in the Pacific is causing outrage in Japan and beyond.

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Ten years since Fukushima nuclear disaster

New nuclear power is never worth the risk.

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Hunterston nuclear reactor restart isn’t worth it

End is in sight for nuclear power station but the owners EDF will cash in by running their risky reactors for another 6 months.

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No future for nuclear power

The politics of Scotland mean that new nuclear reactors here are almost unthinkable and the price of the renewable energy alternatives have fallen way below the cost of nuclear.

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Marrakech blog – urgent action needed and still possible despite Trump

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