Major new report urges government to provide clarity on nuclear development plans and insists sector can bring down costs - but will Ministers be convinced?
Move follows several months delay in lodging consent application for the 'near replica' of Hinkley Point C on East coast of England
Nuclear plants, CCS, and whole-building retrofits should not be prioritised over smaller cheaper alternatives, study argues, while acknowledging small scale technologies do not offer a panacea
French energy giant looks set to lodge plans to build Sizewell C nuclear power station in Suffolk later than planned
Experts appointed by the EU Commission presented their final recommendations for what investments and activities should be considered 'sustainable' - but there remain several key unanswered questions
New government stats show renewable generation grew by almost five per cent in 2019, while coal, gas and nuclear all experienced declines in output
Research from engineering experts Atkins warns net zero will not be reached in the UK without radical changes to the energy system
MEPs and Finnish presidency of the EU Council agree a compromise on taxonomy regulation, ending tussle over whether nuclear can qualify as 'green'