Category Archives: Fukushima

Hinkley C update – Chaos and TINA

Well it would appear that Theresa May, for all her faults, is the sort of person who reads the small print of any document before signing it. The UK was on the verge of signing the deal with EDF to … Continue reading

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Energy Report card – An update

Updated on November 2015 with the latest data from the REN 2015 report About a year ago I wrote an article about the current state of play as to the performance of renewables. How they were doing in real terms, compared … Continue reading

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With friends like these, who needs enemies!

I’ve been my usual busy self over the summer, both with holidays and of course work commitments so not been the most active blogger. One of those distractions over the summer included attending an event hosted by the UK nuclear industry (with … Continue reading

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Hinkley C and the Trap

For months I’ve been predicting that despite all the obvious reasons not to allow this project to go ahead, as well as all the negative news coming out about it (such as EDF starting to lay off staff related to … Continue reading

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Another shotgun wedding for the UK nuclear lobby

I previously commented on the dire straits the UK’s plans for a new generation of reactors is in, due to the collapse of the Horizon deal earlier in the year. I also previously highlighted how it is unlikely any sane … Continue reading

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Japan, a post-Fukushima vision

For several weeks now, Japan has found itself virtually a nuclear free zone. Post-Fukushima, every single one of its nuclear reactors was shut down for some period of time. This naturally caused a significant rise in Japan’s consumption of fossil fuels, … Continue reading

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