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Power and Nuclear News
Japan insists its nuclear crisis was caused by an unforeseeable combination of tsunami and earthquake. But new evidence suggests its reactors were doomed to fail
The Government is being pressured to build a new nuclear-fuel plant at Sellafield in Cumbria, just a day after the decision to close a failing plant that has so far cost British taxpayers 1.34bn.
UK Government announces the sites for 8 new nuclear stations after chief inspector says no risk of Japanese type disaster.
Dutch pipeline construction company Nacap is to be sold to its Austrian competitor Habau.
A 600m energy plant which could create 100 permanent new jobs on Anglesey has been given a preliminary go-ahead.
Plans for one of the UK's largest offshore wind farms off the Yorkshire coast have been given the go-ahead by the government.
Associated British Ports will build 100m berth in Hull whilst Siemens plans to invest 80m to build a wind turbine plant
The government has approved the construction of a 1000MW gas fired power station on the Medway.
Up to 300 jobs could be created in Glasgow and Dundee by Spanish wind turbine manufacturer, Gamesa.
Ambitious plans to harness the power of the Severn estuary to light up one in 20 of the UK's homes are to be abandoned as a result of the Government's attempt to address the nation's deficit.
Wylfa nuclear power station in North Wales will keep generating for another 2 years after its closure date was extended.
The site near Immingham would become a base for the construction of turbines for huge North Sea wind farms.
Decommissioning work at a nuclear power station could be speeded up if plans are given the go-ahead by the new coalition government
As many as 16 critical parts in the Davis-Besse reactor lid are cracked or flawed, and the problem could get worse.
SSE has purchased 15% of BiFab and plans to order 50 wind farm jackets per year from the company.
Up to 5,000 jobs could be created in South Gloucestershire under proposals announced for a new nuclear power plant at Oldbury-on-Severn.
The UK's next nuclear power plant could be constructed on the island of Anglesey by 2020
Sheffield Forgemasters is being given an 80m loan from the government to build parts for the next generation of nuclear power stations in the UK.
Inspectors at the Davis-Besse power plant have found cracking in critical parts that is similar to what caused massive corrosion at the plant eight years ago.
Construction will start this year on Scotlands largest biomass plant, whilst plans are proposed for a 300 MW station in Hull.
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