Hinkley C’s £6bn cost hike tests UK’s nuclear resolve

A further £6 billion cost increase at Hinkley Point C will test the government’s commitment to funding future large-scale nuclear projects, according to energy industry experts. EDF has admitted that construction of the 3.2GW power plant is now estimated to cost as much as £32.7 billion.

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