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Hitachi energy deal suspended as the West further disconnects from nuclear

by Futures Centre, Apr 1
1 minute read

Hitachi recently declared that it would suspend working on its 15 billion pound nuclear power project in North Wales after an agreement over the costs couldn’t be struck. They will also stop working on their secondary project in Old Bury England. After Tosihba’s cancelled the construction of their Moorside plant last year, Britain’s nuclear campaign is left in tatters and has only one plant left in the pipeline.



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