Uncertainty over future of UK nuclear regulation

Uncertainty over future of UK nuclear regulation

The UK's Sizewell nuclear power plant

The UK government's energy and climate change tinkering has been off-putting for energy firms anxious to iron out investment risks inherent when building new supply capacity.

Speaking at a Confederation of British Industry (CBI) conference on September 15, John Cridland, deputy director-general, CBI, said: "I think we were beginning to see [with the last government] that investors were starting to be wary that politicians were tweaking the policy framework to engineer what they perceived to be

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