UCL-Energy Honorary Senior Research Associate Comments on UK Nuclear Power Deal with China
28 October 2015
In recent weeks, Dr Paul Dorfman, an Honorary Senior Research Associate with UCL-Energy, has featured heavily in the media regarding the UK’s £2 billion deal under which China will invest in the Hinkley Point nuclear power station.
Dr Dorfman was appointed Advisory to the Irish Govt. Environment Protection Agency Office of Radiation Protection in September 2015 and has been quoted in many following news in the past weeks, including:
- The Ecologist: Hinkley C's claimed benefits evaporate under scrutiny
- BBC newsblog: Nuclear security fears, migrant flights and an EU 'U-turn'
- AOL: Chinese investment in UK nuclear power 'could pose security risk'
- The Times: Nuclear deal with China is threat to UK security & Spies guard nuclear sites from China cyberattack
- Daily Mail: Nuclear deal with China 'is a national security risk', ministers are warned
- International Business Times: UK-China nuclear deal could threaten national security
- Le Monde: Faut-il avoir peur d’une centrale nucléaire chinoise au Royaume-Uni?
- US Foreign Policy: UK China Cement Growing Friendship with Big Nuclear Deal
- Energy Voice: Chinese investment in UK nuclear power ‘could pose security risk’
- Asia Times: Security concern in UK over possible nuke deal with China
- Australian Financial Review: Warm British welcome for China's Xi Jinping leaves allies cold
- Russia Today: GCHQ spies will guard Britain’s Chinese-built nuclear plants
- Middle East, North Africa: Security concern in UK over possible nuke deal with China
- Or-Politics: XI Jinging's United Kingdom Visit Preview
As well as having been appeared in the following interviews:
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