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ETI seeks partners to provide greater understanding of the cost drivers in new nuclear power plants

16 June 2017

Mike Middleton
Mike Middleton Strategy Manager

New nuclear capacity deployed by 2030, 2050 and potentially later depends on a wide range of factors including ongoing cost competiveness.

The cost of renewables has fallen over time through research, development and deployment but this has not been the case to date for the nuclear industry.

This project will seek to gather evidence to identify potential cost savings in the deployment of contemporary designs of large Generation III+ reactors and the potential for Generation IV advanced reactor designs to deliver a step change in reducing costs.

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