Despite the increase in carbon emissions over the last three years, Greenpeace said yesterday that Japanese efforts to reshape the country’s energy mix after the Fukushima Daicchi nuclear reactor meltdowns should serve as a model for the fight against climate change.
According to Alexander Lukashenko, Belarus is ready to share its experience with Japan to overcome the consequences of the Chernobyl disaster, and to invite Japanese children from regions affected by the nuclear power ...
Nuclear and Gas Account for Most Carbon Displacement Since 1950
But what if the U.S. economy hadn't shifted from one that burned a lot of coal and oil to one that burned significantly less coal, and used much more natural gas, nuclear power, and renewable energy? In other words, what would the nation's CO2 .....
Spot prices for uranium hit a two-year low last week at $45.75 amid a pending decision over Japan’s nuclear future, excess uranium inventories and slowing growth in China. These low prices may be with us a few years.
The operator of the Japanese nuclear power plant that suffered a tsunami-induced meltdown last year has admitted that the disaster could have been avoided. The catastrophe left nearly 150,000 people homeless.
Key ministers in the federal government have met to discuss the proposals made by the Secretary of State for Energy. One of Belgium's three oldest nuclear plants will have an extended lifespan, but those in Doel will close as planned.
Britain has embarked on its first nuclear power station in 20 years, which will start delivering energy to 7 million homes from 2023. The deal agreed by UK, France and China will also cut consumer fuel bills by more than £75 a year from 2030.
Tweet Johannesburg, May 30 (IANS) South African Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe has stressed the need for replacing coal with other energy sources, particularly nuclear energy. He said the country would build a large nuclear plant.