EDF on track for £4.5bn of UK low carbon energy investment in 2023

Michael Holder
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An artist's render of EDF's proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station | Credit: EDF
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An artist's render of EDF's proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station | Credit: EDF

Energy giant confirms plans to ramp up spending on renewables, nuclear, and household green energy technologies, as it looks to mobilise £5bn of investment in 2024

EDF has said it expects its investments in zero carbon electricity to reach £4.5bn in the UK this year, before ramping to £5bn in 2024, as the French energy giant stressed that "what's good for net zero...

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