UK opens up to more nuclear power

In connection with presenting a new energy plan, the British government has informed of being in talks with EDF on the construction of a new nuclear power plant.

Photo: Philippe Desmazes/AFP / AFP

Britain's government presents a white paper for energy Monday showing how the UK can achieve its zero-emissions target by 2050 without sending expensive bills to ratepayers and pink slips to the sector's staff.

Explained briefly, the plan extends the existing so-called ten-point plan, which also aims to ensure up to 220,000 jobs over the coming decade, as was presented by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson earlier this year.

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