Concerns raised Treasury will pocket surplus nuclear funding

Labour has expressed fears that the Treasury will pocket sums, due to collected off energy suppliers to pay for the new nuclear plants, and then clawed back because the projects are performing better than expected financially. The concerns were raised as the House of Commons Grand Committee held its final session of detailed scrutiny of the new legislation allowing the regulated asset base model to be applied to nuclear projects.

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