THE UK’s controversial exit from the European Union will NOT derail plans for a new nuclear power station in west Cumbria, claims the team behind the project. NuGen says that its plans for the three-reactor Moorside plant, on land next to Sellafield, “continues to progress without change” following last Thursday’s referendum result. A NuGen spokesman said: “The Moorside project continues to progress without change. “NuGen’s shareholders, Toshiba and ENGIE, remain committed to taking forward Moorside to produce and sell power to the UK grid. We firmly believe the case for new nuclear power stations for the UK is compelling, and unchanged as a result of the referendum.
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