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A shale gas rig at Banks, near Southport, Merseyside. Demands for power can only be met by gas-fired and nuclear generation.  The shale gas revolution suggests that gas will be the main element in the mixture.

The origins of Britain’s impending energy crisis go back half a century. The Beatles were in their heyday, the young Harold Wilson was a freshly elect(...)

A banner showing a picture of French president Francois Hollande displayed by Greenpeace activists is seen at the Areva nuclear power plant site in Tricastin, southern France. Over 20 Greenpeace activists climbed fences to break into an EDF nuclear power plant in southern France this morning and demanded its closure, the environmental campaign group said. The activists, dressed in red, broke into the Tricastin plant at dusk and unfurled a yellow and black banner on the wall saying above a picture of President Francois Hollande: “Tricastin, nuclear accident - President of the catastrophe?” Photograph:  Greenpeace/Reuters

Over 20 Greenpeace activists have broken into a nuclear power plant in southern France and demanded its closure.The protesters climbed fences to break(...)

Mining company Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estimates.

European stocks rose to their highest level in almost a month as miner Alcoa kicked off the US earnings season with results that beat analysts’ estima(...)

The European Commission will further shift the EU’s policy focus from austerity to structural reforms to revive growth when it presents economic recom(...)

An Taisce has launched a legal challenge to the UK government’s decision to grant planning permission for a nuclear power plant in the Bristol chan(...)

Staff at Bord Gáis  have agreed a wage freeze and performance-related pay deal with its 1,100 staff in a bid to save ¤34 million over the next four years

[BYLINE1]BARRY O’HALLORAN[/BYLINE1] State-owned energy group, Bord Gáis, has agreed a wage freeze and performance-related pay deal wit(...)

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