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The Government and EDF have today signed a historic agreement for the UK’s first new nuclear power s


During a signing ceremony in London, the Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Greg Clark, the Chairman and CEO of EDF, Jean-Bernard Levy and the Chairman of CGN, He Yu signed the final documentation to enable Hinkley Point C to go-ahead.

This follows the Government’s decision to proceed with the project following a comprehensive review and revised agreement with EDF.

The signing of the Contract for Difference and Secretary of State Investor Agreement for Hinkley Point C marks a significant step forward for a new era of nuclear power in the UK. Full Story

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