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July 25, 2011


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Even the Telegraph is now giving EDF a kicking on nuclear costs, and worker safety at Flamanville:

"EDF's reputation faces risk of meltdown

... Lakis Athanasiou, of Evolution Securities, estimates that each will cost around £5.5bn. He recommends that EDF's partner Centrica, which owns 20pc of the UK projects, should not proceed because the risk of spiraling costs is too extreme."


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