The UK has made huge progress in decarbonising its energy mix, but the hard work has just begun, according to Durham University's Andrew Crossland and Jon Gluyas
British Patient Capital to manage £250m of investments on behalf of UK government's Nuclear Liabilities Fund in a move designed to help fund nuclear decommissioning costs
Sunday Times reports that engineering giant has appointed consultants to find a buyer for the majority of its nuclear division
Hiroaki Nakanishi suggests only hope for reviving shelved Wylfa nuclear project is if government takes full ownership stake
The government's response to the shelving of three major new nuclear projects suggests a re-think is underway, but does it go far enough?
Hitachi becomes second developer in six months to back out of plans for new UK nuclear plants, shelving work on the £16bn Wylfa Newydd plant
Wylfa Newydd plan under serious threat according to media reports that Hitachi is ready to pull the plug on UK nuclear work
UK Atomic Energy Authority and First Light Fusion team up for project that aims to deliver fusion breakthrough by 2024
Decision to axe nuclear business deals a potentially fatal blow to plans for a new large-scale nuclear plant in Cumbria
Experts from finance, nuclear, construction and manufacturing gather at government summit to discuss accelerating small reactor development
Controversial review argues offshore wind-style subsidies should be made available to nuclear sector to kickstart deployment of small modular reactors
Safest site should be chosen regardless of location, committee says - but opponents call idea 'outrageous'
Boss of Japanese energy giant tells Nikkei major new investments are planned in order to 'gain competitive advantage in renewable energy'
Ignore the National Infrastructure Commission = cutting carbon without the help of nuclear is a risky business, argues Tom Greatrex of the Nuclear Industry Association
UK should green light just one more nuclear power station before 2025, says National Infrastructure Commission - but some experts warn ditching nuclear plans risks UK climate targets
IMechE's Matt Rooney unpicks the thorny issue of government getting involved in the energy market
Greg Clark says new investment in R&D and skills will help cement UK's position as a 'world leader' in nuclear power
Business Secretary Greg Clark tells House of Commons government is considering a direct investment in multi-billion new nuclear plant
Ministers may finally decide on the £1.3bn renewable project as early as next week, as well as a new nuclear plant in Wales
Energy for Humanity's Kirsty Gogan argues nuclear must follow renewables pathway and drive down costs
While the Trump administration generally avoids discussion of climate change, it is participating in a coalition to promote 'clean, reliable' nuclear power
Management failings could affect safety at EDF power station if unaddressed, says inspector
Government plans to leave European nuclear agreement after Brexit suffer setback as Peers vote through amendment that would allow for a pause until alternative arrangements are agreed
Carbon-free fusion power could be 'on the grid in 15 years'