Nuclear Sector Deal: Government promises £200m push to drive down nuclear costs

James Murray
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Greg Clark says new investment in R&D and skills will help cement UK's position as a 'world leader' in nuclear power

The government has today announced details of a new £200m Sector Deal for the nuclear industry designed to drive down costs and deliver a diverse clean energy mix. Unveiling the latest in a series of...

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