Finland offers potential solution to UK nuclear finance quandary

July 2006
MarketWatch: Energy;Jul2006, Vol. 5 Issue 7, p18
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The article reports that the Finnish government can provide the needs to address the future of its energy supplies in Great Britain. Developments in Finland provide an interesting background to the financing of new nuclear station planned to come online in 2009 in western Europe. Prior to the building of any new nuclear stations, two conditions were imposed on how Finland would deal with its future nuclear waste. In terms of investment, two different alternatives are still under deliberation.


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