France and the United Arab Emirates signed an energy cooperation agreement

France and the United Arab Emirates signed a strategic cooperation agreement in the energy sector on 18 July 2022. The partnership aims to identify joint investment projects between France and the UAE in hydrogen, renewable and nuclear energy, the French government said in a statement. In the current uncertain energy environment, this agreement will create a stable long-term framework for […]

The gas crisis is causing Germany to rethink its nuclear policy

In response to the current gas crisis, Germany is discussing extending the life of its three operating nuclear plants. Some 68 per cent of Germans now support longer operating lives for nuclear plants. Experts from Germany's environment and economy ministries had recommended against extending the life of nuclear plants, citing legal grounds, the need for safety inspections and a lack […]

The Netherlands called on Germany to extend the operating life of its nuclear power plants

The Dutch energy minister recently called on Germany to consider extending the operating life of its nuclear power plants, although this is highly unlikely to happen. As Europe faces its worst energy crisis in decades, European countries are rushing to reduce their dependence on Russian energy. The Netherlands plans to halt Russian gas imports in 2022 and has lifted restrictions […]

Canadian enterprise partnership deploys NEW Brunswick SMR

ARC Clean Energy Canada is partnering with Hatch, an engineering, procurement, construction management and strategic services firm, to deploy advanced small Modular reactor (SMR) technology in New Brunswick by the end of the century. ARC's ARC-100 is a 100 MW sodium cooled fast reactor based on proven technology developed for experimental Breeder Reactor-II (EBR II) sodium cooled fast Reactor, which […]

The INTERNATIONAL Atomic Energy Agency is working with Australia on safeguards for nuclear submarines

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is already working with Australia to resolve "complex" nuclear safeguards issues to secure its proposal to buy nuclear-powered submarines under the trilateral AUKUS partnership, IAEA Director General Rafael Mariano Grossi said today. The INTERNATIONAL Atomic Energy Agency is working with Australia on safeguards for nuclear submarines Speaking after meeting Foreign Minister Wong on the […]

Japan is considering restarting nuclear power plants shut down after the 2011 Fukushima disaster as temperatures soar

As temperatures soared across Japan and the government pleaded with the public and businesses to limit their energy consumption, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida said nuclear power plants that had not been used since the 2011 Fukushima disaster would be reactivated. Speaking at the GROUP of Seven summit on Tuesday, Mr. Kishida said the four nuclear reactors that have been allowed […]

2022 cost-effective true wireless collar microphone selection guide: live, short video Vlog recording

Wireless lapel microphone, a type of wireless microphone, has become popular recently. It is a small, small and portable microphone, usually worn in the location of the user's clothing lapel. It can be freed from the cable, and the user can do whatever he or she wants without worrying about the sound. It is generally used in large conferences, live […]

The European Commission has unveiled energy plans to double solar photovoltaic capacity by 2025

The European Commission on May 18 announced the "RepowerEU" energy plan to speed up the transition to green energy. It proposes increasing the overall target for renewable energy in the EU's "55% reduction" policy mix from 40% to 45% by 2030; Establish a dedicated EU solar strategy to double solar PV capacity by 2025 and install 600GW by 2030; Doubling […]

A move by the United States to pursue tariffs on imported solar panels could put 65 percent of U.S. solar projects at risk

A US Commerce Department trade investigation that could lead to tariffs on imports of solar equipment components from Southeast Asian countries may be threatening the country's clean energy projects, Zhitong Finance APP has learned. An investigation by the American Clean Energy Association (ACP) found that at least 65% of solar installations coming online in the US in 2022 and 2023 […]