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UK likely to reject three nuclear sites
13 October, 2010

Poll reveals high public support for Hinkley Point C
13 October, 2010

Utilities signal preferred UK sites
30 April, 2009
The supporters of the eleven sites nominated for the next wave of new nuclear build in the UK may be more surprising than the sites themselves. By Ian Jackson

E.ON sizes up new nuclear at Oldbury
09 September, 2008

Valuing new nuclear sites
01 September, 2008
In this extract from his book, Nukenomics: The commercialisation of Britain's nuclear industry, Ian Jackson discusses the land value of existing nuclear sites in the UK.

UK sets sights on sites
22 August, 2008
The British government has outlined its plans to identify and assess sites that are suitable for new nuclear power stations.

From end to beginning
24 July, 2007
Once a pioneer in fuel cycle technologies and advanced reactor design, the UK is now doing everything it can to bury its indigenous nuclear history. But as it does so, England looks set to embark on a programme of nuclear new build.

UK government backs nuclear......provisionally
25 May, 2007

A role model for Britain
03 August, 2002
By following the example set by Finland, the UK will ensure that nuclear remains a major part of the energy mix. By Robin Jeffrey, executive chairman, British Energy



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