Agence France-PresseOctober 17, 2013 07:17
The British government and French energy giant EDF have agreed on a deal to build two latest generation nuclear reactors in Britain, an informed French source said on Thursday.
Chinese nuclear firms CGNPC and CNNC will also be involved, the source said.
A formal agreement could follow on Monday, the source said.
French energy firm Areva will provide the two EPRs or European Pressurized Reactors, the source said, adding that Areva would hold 10 percent take in the project.