Green light to use new nuclear finance model for Sizewell C

The government has cleared an EDF subsidiary to receive funds, via its new nuclear financing model, to deliver the proposed Sizewell C plant in Suffolk. The regulated asset base model, which is designed to cut lending costs by allowing developers to collect regulated payments from suppliers while projects are being built, has been used for other major infrastructure projects such as the Thames Tideway ‘super sewer’.

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