US News Great Britain: a new nuclear power plant to contribute to the zero emission
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GB-Energie: a new nuclear power plant to contribute to the Zero Emission
(Reuters) objective - The British Government will announce its intention to fund a new nuclear power plant before the 2024 elections as part of its "zero emission" strategy, reported Sunday night The Telegraph, citing sources close to the government.
A government spokesman told Reuters that London "seeks to validate at least one additional large-scale nuclear plant project in the coming years to strengthen energy security and create thousands of jobs."
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The energy crisis has recently suffered in Europe, with major fuel shortages in Great Britain, has highlighted the limits of increased dependence on non-renewable energies and pushed the British government to turn to energies. More "green".
According to The Telegraph, citing its sources, the Sizewell C site, a nuclear power plant approved by EDF ENERGY in Suffolk in eastern England, will be the first choice for funding.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson reported earlier that month that Great Britain planned to produce "clean energy" by 2035 towards its carbon neutral objective.
(Reporting Nishit Jogi and Aakriti Bhalla in Bangalore; French version Jean Terzian)
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