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Costs rise again for UK Hinkley Point nuclear project

The UK's nuclear power plans seem increasingly pricey and inviable as French utility EDF hikes development costs. Meanwhile, offshore wind offers the cheapest electricity, as recently seen in the UK's latest CfD auction.

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