New build in the Czech Republic will lead the utility ČEZ to almost double its nuclear workforce.
The French Financial Markets Authority (AMF) has suspended the state's full takeover of EDF until the Paris Court of Appeal rules on a lawsuit brought by minority shareholders in EDF challenging the deal.
Pacific Gas & Electric Company (PG&E) plans to submit a new licence renewal application for its Diablo Canyon Power Plant (DCPP).
The Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC)'s authorisation of the 20-year renewal of Cameco Fuel Manufacturing's (CFM) operating licence for the facility at Port Hope in Ontario also includes an increase to the plant's annual production limit.
Talen Energy's Cumulus Data says that the powered shell for its first 48 MW, 300,000 square foot data centre is complete and with various fibre routes in service.
A research programme into the safety of fast reactor fuel that has been suspended since the 1990s will resume with tests due to begin at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) next month.
Support for nuclear power in Canada is growing, with nearly twice as many Canadians now supporting the expansion of nuclear power in the country as opposing it, new data from the non-profit Angus Reid Institute has found.
Investment in new nuclear is "a no-regrets option", according to an independent review of the UK government's approach to reaching net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Georgia Power has said the unit is now expected to reach initial criticality during February and to be in service in April.
Tokamak Energy has signed an agreement with Japan's Furukawa Electric to supply "several hundred kilometres" of specialist high temperature superconducting (HTS) tape for its ST80-HTS prototype fusion device.