Toshiba and Bechtel have announced they will collaborate on delivery of equipment for Poland’s first nuclear power plant.
Ukraine’s state-owned nuclear utility Energoatom has signed an agreement with Westinghouse Electric Company to strengthen ties.
Germany’s RWE has agreed to buy the 1.4 GW Magnum gas-fired plant in Eemshaven in the Netherlands from Vattenfall in a deal valued at €500 million.
EDF Energy has ruled out postponing the shutdown of the Hinkley Point B nuclear power station in the UK, after the UK Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng had suggested that Britain was considering extending its life.
Germany plans to use coal-fired power plants that were due to be closed as part of a plan to ensure security of power supply in case Russia cuts supply of natural gas.
Egypt and the EU have held a meeting to discuss cooperation in the fields of energy, climate change, environment, and green transformation.
EDF has announced that the already much-delayed Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant in southwest England will open a year later and cost £3 billion more than the previous estimates.
The European Commission has announced the REPowerEU plan, aimed at rapidly reducing dependence on Russian fossil fuels and speeding up the green energy transition.
British power generator Drax has applied to build a £500 million 600 MW underground pumped storage hydropower station at its existing Cruachan hydropower plant in Scotland.
Following the UK announcement that it is planning to build eight new nuclear power plants by 2050, the UK and South Korea are in talks regarding nuclear power plant construction.