The UK’s first nuclear plant to be built since 1995 is expected to cost more than £20bn
The Hinkley Point nuclear site, on the Somerset coast, should have begun powering around 6m homes well over a year ago.
Instead, the 160-hectare (400-acre) sprawl is still the UK’s largest construction site more than a decade after the plan for Britain’s nuclear renaissance first emerged.
Source: The Guardian
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