Difficult prospect for nuclear opens up the carbon gap

The nuclear industry must by now be inured to having its promises of electricity "too cheap to meter" thrown back in its face. But a new variant on that question now looms for Britain's nuclear operators: can they keep their stations in business long enough in an increasingly competitive electricity market to be making a significant contribution to the nation's CO2 targets at the end of the decade?

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