What better way to review 2017 than a two-minute data visualisation of carbon intensity?
Kirsty Gogan, provided her observations to Forbes on the UNEP’s decision to exclude nuclear energy’s global trade group.
The nuclear industry needs a radical transformation if it is to rebuild trust and credibility that it can deliver on time and on budget, provide certainty to investors, enable a political mandate and public support.
Kirsty Gogan of Energy for Humanity warns how leaving Euratom could disrupt everything from nuclear power R&D to medical supplies.
A row has erupted between scientists and academics over claims by Stanford Professor Mark Jacobson that it would be possible to power the United States entirely with wind, water and solar power.
SoS for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy should be proud that, under his watch the UK had its first coal free days since the industrial revolution.
One compelling proposition for small modular reactors (SMRs) is the potential to repurpose old coal plants. NuScale have published a White Paper on why this makes sense.
What will it take to bring 21st-century innovation to the nuclear industry? A new report by the Breakthrough Institute outlines the challenges and opportunities.
The Hinkley Point project is understandably controversial, argues Kirsty Gogan, but nuclear innovation could yet sit at the heart of the government’s industrial strategy.