EDF in line for £800m windfall from subsidy scheme to keep lights on

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Energy firm which operates most of UK nuclear power plants could undercut competitors at auction launch capacity market

EDF, which operates most of Britain's nuclear power stations, could be in line for an £800m windfall via a loophole in a government subsidy scheme aimed at keeping the lights on at times of peak demand....

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