The wife of Japan's pro-business prime minister, Shinzo Abe, does not like nuclear power and would rather her husband's government did not try to export it, she said in a speech.
South Korea on Tuesday shut down two nuclear reactors and delayed the scheduled start of operations at two more, prompting government warnings of “unprecedented” power shortages.
Tens of thousands took part in a rally in Taipei yesterday calling on the government to heed the lesson of the Japanese atomic crisis and scrap the island's nuclear facilities.
Thousands of protesters will take to the streets in Tokyo and elsewhere tomorrow to protest against government plans to restart reactors taken offline after the Fukushima nuclear tragedy.
Industry regulator the National Development and Reform Commission said in its report at yesterday's opening session of the National People's Congress that it aimed to increase output from the four...
No one really believed that the latest international negotiations with Iran over its nuclear programme would produce a breakthrough. So it was no surprise that they did not.
Four wind turbine towers will soon supply almost a quarter of the power used at Bayerische Motoren Werke's Leipzig plant, where the carmaker builds the X1 sport utility vehicle and soon the i3,...
Hong Kong should be more involved in the safety and risk management of the nuclear reactors in its vicinity, a group of nuclear specialists has urged.
Construction of a 3 billion yuan (HK$3.69 billion) nuclear power reactor started on the mainland last month, Xinhua reported yesterday, citing the energy company in charge of the project.
Work has resumed on a "fourth generation" nuclear power plant, suspended after the 2011 Fukushima disaster, which will be China's biggest nuclear facility.
South Korea has restarted one of three nuclear reactors shut down for safety reasons, easing fears of power shortages over the winter.