If U.K. Scraps Hinkley, These Reactors May Still Be BuiltBy and
NuGen, Horizon say they will push ahead with nuclear projects
Government to decide whether to approve Hinkley this month
Even if the U.K. government decides to scrap an 18-billion pound ($24 billion) reactor in Somerset it wouldn’t sound the death knell for the country’s plan to build a generation of new nuclear plants that could help curb pollution and keep the country’s lights on.
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