New UK nuclear plants could be paid for upfront by consumers
Government plans to attract investors by making taxpayer help pay for cost overruns. The government has confirmed plans for consumers to begin paying for new nuclear reactors before they are built, and for taxpayers to pay a share of any cost overruns or construction delays.
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