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NIASA sets out funding options for South African new build

The Nuclear Industry Association of South Africa has outlined six potential options for financing new nuclear power plants in the country. Last week, Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe told a parliamentary committee he would be willing to look at innovative funding options as his department begins the process to develop 2500 MWe of new nuclear capacity.

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NIASA sets out funding options for South African new build
Bron: World Nuclear News18 mei 2020
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France nuclear society urges government to commit to new-build
Bron: NucNet18 mei 2020
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SFEN: Nuclear essential to economic recovery
Bron: World Nuclear News15 mei 2020
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