Despite record growth in renewables, the vast majority of the world’s power still comes from fossil fuels, says landmark report. …
Building new nuclear capacity does not need to be risky or expensive, a new report from the OECD NEA has found.
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the theme of the Forum echoes the growing pressure to deliver solutions: Welcome to the Chaos of the 2020s: Urgent Actions, Unusual Strategies, Unexpected Allies.
The role of nuclear power in sustainable energy systems is a topic of increasing centrality in European and national energy policies.
To reach climate change goals, and contribute towards broader sustainable development goals, a significantly greater deployment of low carbon energy technologies, including nuclear, is needed.
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Africa is hungry for energy, and nuclear power could be part of the answer for an increasing number of countries. A third of the almost 30 countries currently considering nuclear power are in Africa.
Exploring the political, philosophical and cultural dimensions of choosing nuclear energy.
In its newly published 10 point plan for a ‘Green Industrial Revolution’ the UK government has committed the country to …
Exciting stuff! The BBC reports that a consortium led by iconic British manufacturer Rollys Royce is set to get government …
If you haven’t heard the news – last week we had a win for science-based climate policy-making.
Why deny Poland, Czech Republic and all Member States the opportunity to replace the base-load capacity provided by coal with zero-emissions reliable generation at a cost that is affordable for their citizens and economies?
Energy For Humanity is delighted to have had its leading spokesperson Kirsty Gogan featured this week in WIRED Magazine’s special …
As the second largest source of clean energy, nuclear should be represented accordingly during the upcoming COP26 meeting in Glasgow.
In this critical decade we need nuclear products that are cost competitive, easier to buy, easier to deliver, present lower investor risk, for broad range of market applications.
The 53 signatories of this open letter include world famous climate scientists; academics, political leaders; regulators; climate NGOs; authors; artists; and investors.
Despite the world’s leading experts conclusion that a massive expansion of nuclear energy is an indispensable tool for dealing with climate change, some EU countries remain antinuclear.