Boris Johnson has thrown his support behind plans to build a nuclear power station at the Wylfa site on Anglesey.

🚧 | Prime minister Boris Johnson has thrown his support behind plans to build a nuclear power station at the Wylfa site on Anglesey.

The government has been in talks with two US firms, Bechtel and Westinghouse, with both interested in a scheme at the site.

Bechtel and Westinghouse are working on the Vogtle power plant in Georgia, USA.

Government-backed funding during the first phase of the project would allow a developer to recover pre-final investment decision costs and could be achieved through modification of the proposed RAB funding model or through another mechanism of cost recovery.

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