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Germany Halts Closure of Two Nuclear Plants Until April 2023

Germany plans to keep two of its three last nuclear power plants on standby until mid-2023—beyond their year-end closure deadline—to bolster its energy security through the winter. However, the declaration…


Germany Mulls Postponing Nuclear Exit

Germany's government is weighing how the closure of the country's last three nuclear power plants in December 2022 will affect its grid this upcoming winter as the country scrambles to…


Nuclear Power Production Curtailed in France, Worsening Europe’s Energy Crisis

High temperatures in river water are reportedly forcing Electricite de France SA (EDF) to cut power generation at some of its nuclear plants. The news is particularly troubling as several…


Nuclear Power Plants Report Stellar Performance, but Retirements Could Limit Climate Benefits

The world’s nuclear power plants generated a total of 2,653 TWh of energy in 2021, up 100 TWh from 2020. It was the third-highest total ever for global generation from…


Swedish Group Moves Ahead With World's Largest Single Offshore Wind Project
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Swedish-based renewable energy developer OX2 has taken another step toward construction of its Aurora offshore wind farm, a 5.5-GW project sited between the islands of Gotland and Oland in the…