U.K. Holds Up $24 Billion Nuclear Plan After EDF Approval

  • CEO has said Hinkley Point power plant is key for EDF
  • U.K. says it won’t rule on project until later this year

QuickTake: The Debate Over Nuclear Power

The British government cast doubt on the future of a controversial 18-billion pound ($24 billion) project to build Britain’s first nuclear power plant in more than 20 years, pledging to review the deal just hours after the board of France’s state-run utility gave the go-ahead.

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