BRITISH NUCLEAR NEEDS £3.6 BLN
THE GUARDIAN - Backers of mini nuclear power stations have asked for billions of pounds of taxpayers' money to build their first UK projects, according to an official document.
Advocates for small modular reactors (SMRs) argue they are more affordable and less risky than conventional large-scale nuclear plants, and therefore able to compete with the falling costs of windfarms and solar power.
But the nuclear industry's claims that the mini plants would be a cheap…
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