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Situation at nuclear plant under control after dam blast - Ukraine atomic agency

Reuters 06 Jun 2023
... atomic power agency said on Tuesday ... "Water from the Kakhovka Reservoir is necessary for the station to receive power for turbine capacitors and safety systems of the ZNPP (Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant)," Energoatom said in a statement on the Telegram messaging app.

Destruction of the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station: flooding, evacuation, consequences. Major

The Eastern Herald 06 Jun 2023
Possible consequences for the operation of the Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant are also discussed ... Ukrainian “Energoatom” reported that the situation at the Kakhovskaya hydroelectric power station may have negative consequences for the Zaporizhzhya nuclear power plant, but now the situation is under control.

Ukrainian dam collapse ‘no immediate risk’ to Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant

The Guardian 06 Jun 2023
The Ukrainian nuclear energy corporation, Energoatom, put out a statement on the Telegram social media platform saying the situation at the plant, the ...

Russia-Ukraine live news: Moscow accused of blowing up dam

Al Jazeera 06 Jun 2023
The destruction of the Kakhovka dam in southern Ukraine poses a threat to the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant (ZNPP), but the situation at the facility is under control, Ukraine’s state nuclear power agency, Energoatom, said on Tuesday ... People walk outside the Zaporizhzhia Nuclear Power Plant outside Enerhodar, Ukraine [File.

Russia says no threat 'for now' to Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant after dam breach

Reuters 06 Jun 2023
Yury Chernichuk, director of the Russian-controlled power station, said in a statement on the Telegram messaging application that the situation at the nuclear plant was stable. "At the moment there are no threats to the safety of Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant.

Blasts at Major Dam in Southern Ukraine Unleash Floodwaters

Tolo News 06 Jun 2023
state of Utah, was built in 1956 on the Dnipro river as part of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant ... Russian-installed officials said there was no danger yet to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, Europe's largest nuclear power plant, from the destruction of the dam. The nuclear power station gets its cooling water from the reservoir.

Russian ‘terrorists’ must be expelled from Ukraine, Zelensky says after dam blast

Business Day 06 Jun 2023
... as part of the Kakhovka hydroelectric power plant ... Russian-installed officials said there was no danger yet to the Zaporizhzhia nuclear plant, Europe’s largest nuclear power plant, from the destruction of the dam. The nuclear power station gets its cooling water from the reservoir.

Families face £1,000-a-year bill for Labour eco plans: Starmer shows signs of wobbling on 'naive' ...

The Daily Mail 06 Jun 2023
Speaking on a visit to the site of the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station in Somerset yesterday, the Labour leader tried to reassure unions that his proposal would not mean an immediate end to extraction in the North Sea.

News in pictures: Tuesday June 6, 2023

The Times/The Sunday Times 06 Jun 2023
Maggie Martin, 6 and Margo Martin, 4, enjoying the hot weather on Southsea Beach, Hampshire. SOLENT NEWS ... SWNS.SOUTH WEST NEWS SERVICE. Sponsored ... The Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer stops for a selfie on a visit to the construction site for Hinkley Point C in Somerset, the first new nuclear power station to be built in Britain this century ... JAM PRESS ... .

Oil and gas needed for ‘many years to come’ – Starmer

AOL 05 Jun 2023
It comes as Labour accused the Conservatives of a “shambolic” failure to open any nuclear power plants during 13 years of power ...Nuclear is a critical part of the UK’s energy mix ... “That’s why there hasn’t been a nuclear power station built under the Labour Party since Britain had the shilling.

Sir Keir Starmer’s Plans to Turn Britain into a ‘Green Energy Superpower’ will Bankrupt Households ...

The Daily Sceptic 05 Jun 2023
If we take three neighbouring countries – France, Britain and Germany — we see that France with energy costs of 21 c/KWh gets 36% of its power from nuclear, whereas Britain (47 c/KWh) only gets 6% from nuclear and Germany (52 c/KWh) 5% and is closing down the last of its nuclear power stations in the next few years.

'Tories have utterly failed by not opening one new nuclear power station in 13 years'

The Mirror 04 Jun 2023
Keir Starmer has acknowledged that Britain needs nuclear power in the short term to keep our lights on, even though renewable energy sources are ultimately more desirable ... .

A deep dive on how Holtec can restart the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant

The Herald Palladium 04 Jun 2023
... the former Palisades Nuclear Power Plant last October ... At another Holtec-owned site in Plymouth, Mass., there will be $252 million left over in the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station’s trust fund, when Holtec finishes decommissioning, the Provincetown Independent reported in May 2022.

Climate body sees no place for new nuclear in SA energy mix

Business Day 04 Jun 2023
Despite criticism that the cost of building new nuclear power stations could not be justified compared with lower-cost options such as renewable energy and gas, ...

Why Putin Won’t Go Nuclear

The Daily Sceptic 04 Jun 2023
And, of course, Germany has now closed its nuclear power stations – presumably fearing some kind of wild scenario of the sort so falsely portrayed in the historical drama Chernobyl.

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