Can the nuclear industry step up to drive down costs?

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Can the nuclear industry step up to drive down costs?

Energy for Humanity's Kirsty Gogan warns the nuclear industry will lose out in the low-carbon transition unless it ups its cost-cutting game

In the same week that the offshore wind industry smashed expectations with astonishingly low prices - £57.50 per MWH for new build starting in 2022/23 - other low carbon technologies were playing catch...

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