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As energy transitions and geopolitical shifts revive the nuclear debate, the need for permanent solutions for radioactive waste grows ever more urgent. Do new projects offer hope?
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Building new nuclear power stations is becoming hugely more expensive by the day, but decommissioning old ones might prove to be even more costly.
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Two years after catastrophe at Japan's Fukushima plant, sellers of atomic reactors woo potential buyers with the promise …
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The United Nations' atomic agency has cut its long-term outlook for nuclear energy growth for a third year …
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Prior to the maritime dispute between Japan and China nearly two years ago, it was rare to see …
Despite its flaws, coal is still the cheapest, most widespread fossil fuel
IF SINGAPORE is to go nuclear, how could it prepare for such a big change in meeting national …
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