Endangered projects include the $ 20 billion (.5 27.5 billion) Sizewell C nuclear power plant in Suffolk and the development of the proposed Broadwell-on-Sea project in Essex. Anonymous to Bloomberg.
CGN is also a 33% investor in the Hingley Point C facility, which is currently under construction in Somerset and is one of the largest infrastructure projects in the UK.
The move also confirms how the administration of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is tightening its grip on Beijing, as Johnson banned the introduction of 5G wireless networks in the UK for Huawei Technologies. Acquired.
A spokesman for the UK’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy said in a statement: “All UK nuclear programs are carried out under strict and independent regulations to meet the country’s strict legal, regulatory and national security requirements, ensuring that our interests are protected.”
He added: “Nuclear energy has a key role to play in the future of low carbon energy in the UK as we move towards the global leading goal of eliminating our contribution to climate change by 2050.”
Members of Johnson’s Conservative Party have repeatedly expressed concern about China’s rise in key aspects of the UK’s infrastructure, including its core educational institutions, such as Cambridge University.
Ian Duncan Smith, the party’s former leader, told the Financial Times that Britain should use its new post-Brexit position to place human rights at the center of any trade deals.
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