ITER is one of the largest nuclear research projects in the world. Located in Cadarache, near Aix-en-Provence, its huge tokamak reactor heralds the nuclear energy reactor of the future
Three decades after the catastrophe in Chernobyl, a confinement has been built to ensure site safety for the next 100 years and make it possible to begin dismantling the Unit 4 reactor that exploded in April 1986
Wind turbines capture higher, more powerful winds to provide Brazil with more competitive energy.
The Safi thermal power plant will ultimately cover 25% of Morocco’s electricity needs.
Three decades after the Chernobyl disaster, a containment structure now guarantees the safety of the site for the next century and enables work to begin on dismantling reactor 4, which exploded in April 1986.
France’s largest hydroelectric project will replace six existing power plants on the Romanche River with a single more efficient underground hydroelectric facility.
To ensure energy independence, the British government decided to build two 1650 MW EPR (pressurised water) type nuclear reactors at Hinkley Point near Bristol in southwest England.
The original Tremblay en France heating network shafts, drilled in 1983, have reached the end of their service life.
Nuvia is working on the Sellafield decommissioning project on the coast of the Irish Sea.