Hinkley uncertainty continues, as energy industry warns green 'golden age' could be lost

James Murray
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Hinkley uncertainty continues, as energy industry warns green 'golden age' could be lost

Government reportedly considering major rethink on new nuclear plans, as boss of Energy UK warns policy u-turns are undermining clean energy investment

The fate of the Hinkley Point project and the UK's wider new nuclear plans continue to hang in the balance following reports UK and Chinese officials met last week to discuss the progress of the British...

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