Sizewell C: Government invites private investors to 'come forward'

James Murray
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An artist's render of Sizewell C nuclear power station | Credit: EDF

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

Formal process for securing private investment in flagship nuclear projects kicks off, with prospective investors invited to register their interest

The government's plans to engineer a "nuclear revival" in the UK took another step forward today, with the announcement private investors can now formally register their interest in the planned Sizewell...

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