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NSIP Regime Extended To Nuclear Waste
The government has laid before parliament the Infrastructure Planning (Radioactive Waste Geological Disposal Facilities) Order 2015.
UK
11 Feb 2015
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EDF Energy Granted 10-year Life Extension At Dungeness B
EDF Energy has announced a ten-year life extension for the Dungeness B nuclear power plant. The two-unit advanced gas-cooled reactor (AGR) will now continue generating electricity until 2028.
UK
22 Jan 2015
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New Cumbrian Nuclear Power Plant Have Obtained Government Funding
In June 2011, a site in West Cumbria was confirmed as a suitable location for the development of a new nuclear power station. The project is named ‘Moorside’ and is proposed by NuGeneration Limited (‘NuGen’)- a UK nuclear company- who hope to develop a new generation nuclear power station of up to 3.4 GW.
UK
3 Dec 2014
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Scottish Government Wind Turbine Good Practice Guidance Consultation Commences
Last week the Scottish Government released a draft consultation document titled; public engagement on Wind Turbine proposals: Good practice guidance.
UK
14 Nov 2014
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Department For Communities And Local Government (DCLG) Onshore Wind Guidance
Earlier this month, the Department for Communities and Local Government released ‘Community Benefits for Onshore Wind Developments
UK
13 Oct 2014
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European Union Approval For Hinkley Point C Nuclear Power Plant
On the 8th October 2014, final approval was granted from European Union Regulators for the nuclear power station at Hinkley Point C in Somerset, which is expected to begin operating in 2023.
UK
11 Oct 2014
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Burbo Bank Wind Farm Extension Granted Development Consent
On 26th September the Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change granted development Consent for the Burbo Bank Extension Offshore Wind Farm in Liverpool Bay.
UK
1 Oct 2014
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EU To Approve UK Government’s State Aid Deal To Fund Hinkley Point C New Nuclear Power Station
The European Union is to approve the state aid deal to fund the construction and operation of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station, with the developer, EDF Energy.
UK
29 Sep 2014
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Industry Expert Issues Warning Over Scotland’s Oil Reserves
In the run up to the referendum on Scottish Independence, Sir Ian Wood has raised concerns over the Scottish Government’s predictions for North Sea Oil recovery.
UK
2 Sep 2014
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UK Energy: Are We Doing Enough To Secure Supply?
The political unrest in Ukraine, and the prospect of a repeat of the 2009 crisis which saw an interruption of supply to southern Europe has underscored the vulnerability of economies that rely on imported energy.
UK
21 Aug 2014
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CPRE: Policy Guidance Note On Solar Energy
The Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) have issued a policy guidance note on Solar Energy discussing some of the law and policy issues associated with solar farm development.
UK
21 Aug 2014
12
Majority Support For Fracking In The UK
A survey carried out for United Kingdom Onshore Oil and Gas (UKOOG) has revealed that 57% of the British public are in support of natural gas from shale, providing a much needed boost to the fracking industry.
UK
12 Aug 2014
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Rampion Wind Farm Granted Development Consent
The Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change has today granted development consent to E.On Renewables for the Rampion offshore wind farm.
UK
17 Jul 2014
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The Infrastructure Bill
As part of its programme of legislation for the next parliamentary session, the government introduced a series of policies and proposals.
UK
18 Jun 2014
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A Framework For Success: Streamlining Planning Permissions For Major Infrastructure Projects
How can you simplify the enormously complex process of decommissioning a nuclear power station?
UK
24 Mar 2014
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Britain’s New Nuclear Reactors See Asian Investment
On 4th December 2013, the Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Danny Alexander, announced as part of the UK Government’s National Infrastructure Plan, that the government had signed a co-operation agreement with Japanese energy company Hitachi "to promote external financing" for a new nuclear power plant at Wylfa in Anglesey, Wales.
UK
8 Jan 2014
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Foreign Investment: Missed Opportunities
As a newly qualified solicitor, I joined the nuclear industry in 1994 to advise on planning and environmental law. Since 1994, much has changed in the industry.
UK
18 Dec 2013
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Dry Fuel Store At Sizewell B Nuclear Power Station
Dry Fuel Store At Sizewell B Nuclear Power StationThe UK's first Dry Fuel Store is currently under construction at Sizewell B nuclear power station, Leiston, Suffolk.
UK
2 Oct 2013
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Chancellor Announces Tax Breaks For Shale Gas Industry
The government has proposed to cut the tax on some of the income generated from producing shale gas by hydraulic fracturing (commonly known as fracking) from 62% to 30% in a bid to attract companies to begin new operations in the UK.
UK
26 Aug 2013
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