This summer Hitachi announced its intention to change its name to Hitachi Energy and drop the joint venture name it adopted when it purchased the grid business from ABB...
Scrapping of £16bn project on Anglesey down to lack of UK government investment in new nuclear, says union
The aviation industry is run on multinational lines. UK wing production could easily take off and land somewhere else
Ministers must act quickly to make up for the firm’s decision to axe its Wylfa nuclear power plantBy any standards, last week’s decision by Hitachi to end construction of its £20bn nuclear power plant at Wylfa in Wales...
Readers respond to news that Hitachi has pulled out of the proposed Wylva nuclear power plant in AngleseyThe pulling out of Hitachi from the proposed Wylva nuclear power plant is a good thing for energy policy – not a serious...
Greg Clark knows nuclear cannot compete with the likes of wind and solar – but he is not giving up
Despite recent scrapping of three plants, experts still feel the energy has stake in future
The options remaining, with three projects shelved and old plants reaching end of road
Japanese giant unable to agree deal with UK as fears grow for Anglesey atomic plant• Does this mean the end of UK’s new nuclear dream?
Despite the recent scrapping of three nuclear plants experts still believe the energy has a stake in the future
Japanese giant unable to agree deal with UK as fears grow for Anglesey atomic plant
Theresa May says any delay to article 50 will force companies out of Britain. But the alternative – a bad Brexit – is worse
Move by Japanese firm would be blow to UK plans to replace coal plants and ageing reactors
Hitachi’s £16bn Wylfa station on Anglesey is next proposed project after Hinkley Point C
Japanese group believed to be demanding direct financial support with consumers making up the difference
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