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USA certifies first small modular nuclear reactor

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission begins potential cost revolution in nuclear power by registering NuScale Power's small modular reactor.

Arup wins major project to modernise leading US scientific research facility

Arup has been selected to provide multidisciplinary services for Fermilab’s Utilities Infrastructure Project.

INEOS appoint Atkins to help meet Scottish hydrogen ambitions

INEOS has appointed Atkins to design a “world-scale” clean hydrogen plant adjacent to its new Grangemouth power plant. The plans will help it to convert the plant to burn clean hydrogen fuel as it transitions into a net zero carbon company by 2045, with planned reductions of 60% by 2030.

World Bank: Income distribution better than energy subsidies

In a comprehensive analysis of growth in East Asia and the Pacific, the World Bank has warned that policy responses to distortions in food and energy markets may reduce funding for infrastructure, health and education.

Bright future at risk from climate change, says Lagos state governor

Babajide Olusola Sanwo-Olu: "The journey to drastically cut greenhouse gasses in our city, is a long one, but we cannot afford not to act. The cost of allowing rising sea levels and worsening climate events is too high."

AfDB provides Desert to Power training in Chad

African Development Bank (AfDB) has provided financial modelling training to staff of the government of Chad as they prepare the national utility for Desert to Power interventions in the country. 

Nigeria’s 2060 Energy Transition Plan ‘a practical and holistic approach’

Nigerian vice president Yemi Osinbajo makes case for decisive action on net zero and universal energy, launching major programmes that industry has been quick to support.  

IDB: $400m for Costa Rica decarbonisation plan

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) teams up with Republic of Korea and France to boost decarbonisation in Costa Rica. 

Atkins: Sizewell C planning permission addresses skills challenge

The UK’s plan to renew its nuclear energy capacity given a boost as Business Secretary grants permission for development of two new reactors. 

Arup/Fichtner JV to oversee NeuConnect submarine interconnector

Arup and Fichtner forms joint venture to oversee NeuConnect submarine interconnector. Built environment consultancy Arup has entered a joint venture (JV) with German engineering firm...
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