British authorities reject plans for cables to nuclear power plant

A budget proposal for transmission cables to the impending British nuclear power plant Hinkley Point has been rejected by the British Office of Gas and Electricity Markets. It was deemed too expensive.

Controversy continues involving the British nuclear power plant Hinkley Point.

However this time, the trouble does not concern the plant itself, but instead the cable that would go to and from the facility.

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