Brunsbüttel nuclear power plant is the first of Vattenfall’s nuclear plants in Germany to b
This year’s outage programme is running until October at a cost of SEK 2 billion.
Meet the youngest employee at Ringhals, four-year old Alsatian Zäta.
Taxes will be reduced, but 2017 will still be a year of hard work for both hydro power and nuclea
A year ago the future looked bleak for Swedish nuclear power.
Vattenfall signs an agreement with a third nuclear fuel supplier to secure supplies and quality.
The restart of the Ringhals 2 reactor after being shut down for two years means that all of Vatte
According a new draft law utilites will pay 23.6 billion euros for the German state to take over
The International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes in Washington will start the hearing of Vattenfall vs the German state on 10 October. The hearing will be accessible to view via internet.
The hearing on jurisdiction, merits and quantum in Vattenfall AB versus the Federal Republic of Germany is scheduled to take place before a three-member arbitral tribunal beginning mid-October 2016.
Ninety per cent of the output tax on Swedish nuclear power will disappear next year according to
Three decades have passed since the nuclear accident in Chernobyl.
An entire epoch of the Swedish nuclear power industry – the research reactors in Studsvik -
Five years after the natural disaster in Japan which, among other things, triggered the breakdown
As Vattenfall closes its books for 2015, it can look back on a year which ended with a loss of al
Sweden's nuclear power industry is going through what is probably the most serious financial
The Finnish government have given the go-ahead for an encapsulation facility and final repos
EDF hopes to announce a deal with Chinese investors to build the first new UK nuclear plant in a generation.
Ringhals 2 will be decommissioned in 2019 and Ringhals 1 the year after that.
The nearly 39 billion euros set aside by the owners of German nuclear power plants are within an
Investments in Ringhals' two oldest reactors will be limited, which means that Ringhals 1 and
The number of Japanese nuclear reactors likely to restart in the next few years has halved, hit by legal challenges and worries about meeting tougher safety standards imposed in the wake of the Fukushima disaster, a Reuters analysis shows.
Japan has begun a controversial return to nuclear power generation with the restart of a reactor four and a half years after the Fukushima meltdowns.
At the end of April Vattenfall announced its intention to shut
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Sendai nuclear power plant unit 1 and 2 have now been granted two of the three regulatory approvals needed for restart.
Two reactors at the Swedish nuclear power plant in Ringhals may be closed down earlier than
Japanese court has issued an injunction to prevent the restart of two reactors citing safety concern.
Ten to 17 GW of conventional generation capacity in Europe coul
Four years after the Fukushima disaster shut down Japan's n
The nuclear sector in France is going through a very difficult phase and may need a recapitalisation and restructuring.
A seal named Torsten has been released after a three-month stay in an intake pond at Sweden's Oskarshamn nuclear power plant.
Finnish regulators have approved the plan to build a nuclear wa
Vattenfall’s General Counsel Anne Gynnerstedt explains wh
It is now more than 40 years since Ringhals nuclear power plant went into operation.