Monday, 27 September 2021 09:49 GMT

UK to bar Chinese nuclear companies from plans in UK


(MENAFN) Media states quoting government sources that the British government is looking for methods to bar China’s state-owned nuclear energy firm from future power plants in the UK.

The act could witness China General Nuclear (CGN) kicked out of a French-Chinese group which is aiming to construct the £20 billion (USD27.6 billion) Sizewell C nuclear power plant on the Suffolk shoreline and another one in Bradwell-on-Sea in Essex.

Unidentified sources have affirmed a new statement by the Financial Times that first brought to light the UK government’s stance on China’s contribution in the plans, according to both Bloomberg and the Independent.


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