The problem with Britain’s (planned) nuclear-power station - The Economist explains

- The Economist

FOR several years the British government has drummed its fingers waiting for EDF, a French state-run utility, to give the all-clear for an £18 billion ($24 billion) investment to build Hinkley Point C, a nuclear-power station in south-west England. The stakes couldn’t be higher.


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