EDF Energy will reconsider plans to build a new multi-billion-pound nuclear plant in Suffolk if it is unable to agree a viable financing model with the UK government.
Construction News 4th April 2018 read more »
The proposed Sizewell C nuclear plant in Suffolk may not be feasible, EDF Energy’s UK boss told The Times, while the energy firm said it is discussing funding options with the government including using pension funds. EDF Energy UK chief executive Simone Rossi told the newspapaer that the firm needs assurances from government that a “viable funding model exists” for Sizewell C this year. If EDF Energy believes the project is not feasible, it may stop its involvement in the project.
New Civil Engineer 5th April 2018 read more »
EDF denies ‘threat’ to abandon work on Sizewell C project in Suffolk. The company behind plans for the proposed Sizewell C nuclear power station in Suffolk has distanced itself from a report that it may pull the plug on the project unless it receives financial assurances from the Government.
East Anglian Daily Times 4th April 2018 read more »
Emily Gosden: apparently EDF has “distanced itself” from my story this morning… which reported what its chief executive told me on the record.
Emily Gosden 4th April 2018 read more »