Government awards £196m to support development of advanced nuclear fuels plant

Michael Holder
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(L-R) Urenco CEO Boris Schucht and Energy Security and Net Zero Secretary Claire Coutinho | Credit: DESNZ
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(L-R) Urenco CEO Boris Schucht and Energy Security and Net Zero Secretary Claire Coutinho | Credit: DESNZ

Urenco to co-fund uranium enrichment facility in Cheshire that aims to produce fuel for powering advanced reactors and challenge Russia's dominance of the market

Urenco has been awarded £196m in government funding to help develop the UK's first advanced nuclear fuel production facility in Cheshire, which is expected to begin producing fuel for both domestic and...

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