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At a cost of more than the London Olympics approval has been given to a new nuclear power plant at Hinkley Point in Somerset.

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The cost of nuclear power

On November 17, 2012 By

A new report from the National Audit Office has estimated that it will cost £67 billion to decommission the Sellafield nuclear reprocessing and storage site.

OK – this is spread […]

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Future energy use in the UK

On March 13, 2012 By

Undoubtedly we do not want the lights to go out!

Our demand and use of energy is essential to our way of life.  However our present carbon footprint in […]

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Plans for a beach replenishment scheme at Dungeness, Kent have been attacked by local residents and conservationists. 

Dungeness is Europe’s largest shingle beach, but is also home to […]

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EDF (power company) have been given the go ahead to start pre-construction work at Hinkley Point, Somerset.   So what?  Well no planning permission has yet been granted […]

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The location of eight new nuclear power stations have been identified by the government today.  An excellent Guardian interactive gives details.

If one is near you you might […]

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A former leading nuclear industry has explained why he thinks Fukushima is worse than has been exposed.

The comments are really concerning and should be read at the […]

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A new report from Bloomberg New Energy Finance suggests that Japan could harness huge amounts of energy from geothermal resources.

A draw back is that 82% of these […]

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