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UK plans to exclude CGN from future projects

According to media reports, the UK is seeking ways to exclude China’s state-owned nuclear energy company China General Nuclear Power Group (CGN) from all future power projects in the country. Reuters and the Financial Times reported on this, citing people close to planning procedures. Should the UK go through with their plan, it would impact the planned expansion of Sizewell C of the Sizewell nuclear power station in Suffolk, England, which French energy company EDF intends to jointly execute with CGN. The fate of proposals to build a new plant at Bradwell-on-Sea in Essex would also become uncertain, as the Financial Times reported.

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