With Finland calling for a risk assessment for Hanhikivi 1 nuclear power plant, the question whether nuclear power can be used for geopolitical purposes is under renewed scrutiny.
10 member states have asked the European Commission to add nuclear energy to the green sources of power.
What energy technology is low-carbon and reliable? The UK government’s answer seems to be nuclear power.
Arctic countries are increasingly looking to alternative energy sources to power Arctic development in a sustainable way.
With Brussels focusing on decarbonization by means of electrification using solar and wind, the big elephant in the room remains nuclear power.
Nuclear waste is one of the main sticking points in the public discourse about the future of nuclear power. But technological advances are greatly reducing the amount and radiotoxicity of it.