nuclear energy

Lawsuit Seeks to Halt New York Subsidies for Upstate Nuclear Plants

Lawsuit Seeks to Halt New York Subsidies for Upstate Nuclear Plants

The Robert Emmett Ginna Plant, east of Rochester, is one of four New York nuclear plants that would receive subsidies under a deal announced by the administration of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo.
Japan’s Nuclear Industry Finds a Lifeline in India After Foundering Elsewhere

Japan’s Nuclear Industry Finds a Lifeline in India After Foundering Elsewhere

Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India with Japanese business leaders in Tokyo on Friday.
Japan’s Nuclear Industry Finds a Lifeline in India After Foundering Elsewhere

Japan’s Nuclear Industry Finds a Lifeline in India After Foundering Elsewhere

Prime Minister Narendra Modi of India with Japanese business leaders in Tokyo on Friday.
Windmills or Reactor Cores? Inside South Africa’s Energy Clash

Windmills or Reactor Cores? Inside South Africa’s Energy Clash

The tower of Khi Solar One near Upington, South Africa. The plant has produced enough electricity to power 65,000 homes during the day.
Windmills or Reactor Cores? Inside South Africa’s Energy Clash

Windmills or Reactor Cores? Inside South Africa’s Energy Clash

The tower of Khi Solar One near Upington, South Africa. The plant has produced enough electricity to power 65,000 homes during the day.
New Quake Tests Resilience, and Faith, in Japan’s Nuclear Plants

New Quake Tests Resilience, and Faith, in Japan’s Nuclear Plants

Officers at the Fukushima prefectural office gathered data on Tuesday following an earthquake that hit the area.
Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine

Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine

An arched shelter was slid into place over the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site in Ukraine on Tuesday. It is about 500 feet long, has a span of 800 feet and is 350 feet high.
Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine

Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine

An arched shelter was slid into place over the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site in Ukraine on Tuesday. It is about 500 feet long, has a span of 800 feet and is 350 feet high.
Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine

Giant Arch, a Feat of Engineering, Now Covers Chernobyl Site in Ukraine

An arched shelter was slid into place over the Chernobyl nuclear disaster site in Ukraine on Tuesday. It is about 500 feet long, has a span of 800 feet and is 350 feet high.
Editorial: The Great Arch of Chernobyl

Editorial: The Great Arch of Chernobyl

The protective shelter over the remains of nuclear reactor Unit 4 at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant.
German Court Upholds Nuclear Exit but Orders Compensation for Power Companies

German Court Upholds Nuclear Exit but Orders Compensation for Power Companies

The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, Germany, ruled on Tuesday that power companies must be compensated for losses resulting from the government’s decision to close nuclear plants.
German Court Upholds Nuclear Exit but Orders Compensation for Power Companies

German Court Upholds Nuclear Exit but Orders Compensation for Power Companies

The Federal Constitutional Court in Karlsruhe, Germany, ruled on Tuesday that power companies must be compensated for losses resulting from the government’s decision to close nuclear plants.
Toshiba Could Lose Billions From Troubled U.S. Nuclear Power Deal

Toshiba Could Lose Billions From Troubled U.S. Nuclear Power Deal

Shares in Toshiba fell nearly 12 percent in Tokyo on Tuesday after it said that it might need to write off several billion dollars related to an acquisition in the nuclear power sector.
Toshiba Could Lose Billions From Troubled U.S. Nuclear Power Deal

Toshiba Could Lose Billions From Troubled U.S. Nuclear Power Deal

Shares in Toshiba fell nearly 12 percent in Tokyo on Tuesday after it said that it might need to write off several billion dollars related to an acquisition in the nuclear power sector.
A Maverick Former Japanese Prime Minister Goes Antinuclear

A Maverick Former Japanese Prime Minister Goes Antinuclear

Former Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi of Japan in September. Although he supported nuclear power during his run as prime minister from 2001 to 2006, Mr. Koizumi now actively opposes it.
Economic Scene: On Climate Change, Even States in Forefront Are Falling Short

Economic Scene: On Climate Change, Even States in Forefront Are Falling Short

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York this month announced plans to close the Indian Point nuclear power plant north of New York City by 2021. When that happens, the state will lose almost one-quarter of
Economic Scene: On Climate Change, Even States in Forefront Are Falling Short

Economic Scene: On Climate Change, Even States in Forefront Are Falling Short

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of New York this month announced plans to close the Indian Point nuclear power plant north of New York City by 2021. When that happens, the state will lose almost one-quarter of
Fuling Journal: A Chinese Nuclear Site, Hidden in a Mountain, Is Reborn as a Tourist Draw

Fuling Journal: A Chinese Nuclear Site, Hidden in a Mountain, Is Reborn as a Tourist Draw

A replica of an atomic bomb that China tested in 1965 is part of a tour of the 816 nuclear plant inside Jinzi Mountain in Fuling. The project was China’s first attempt to build a nuclear reactor that
Pilgrim Nuclear Plant’s Neighbors Confront Regulators Over Safety

Pilgrim Nuclear Plant’s Neighbors Confront Regulators Over Safety

Diane Turco, the director of Cape Downwinders, which is opposed to the Pilgrim nuclear plant, speaking at a public hearing on Tuesday.
Staff ‘Overwhelmed’ at Nuclear Plant, but U.S. Won’t Shut It

Staff ‘Overwhelmed’ at Nuclear Plant, but U.S. Won’t Shut It

Diane Turco, the director of Cape Downwinders, which is opposed to the Pilgrim nuclear plant, speaking at a public hearing on Tuesday.