The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) yesterday released a summary report from its Nuclear Cost Drivers project which identifies eight “key drivers” and 35 “credible opportunities” to reduce the cost of generating electricity using nuclear power. The study is led by Clean Tech Catalyst, Ltd (CTC), working with Lucid Strategy. ETI – a public-private partnership between energy and engineering companies and the UK government – plans to publish the full report later this year. It hopes the report will “add to the evidence base” that will inform UK nuclear activity in the coming years in support of the soon-to-be announced nuclear sector deal.
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