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16 October 2019
After recent cost overruns and cancellations across nuclear projects, the government is exploring whether a different financing system, known as the Regulated Asset Base (RAB) model, can get new nuclear built.
15 October 2019
Lowest-price tendering is having serious consequences for the construction industry, according to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. Phil Joyce of The Orange Partnership explains.
A passion for mentoring researchers is just one of the reasons why Professor Alistair Borthwick was recognised for his contribution to civil engineering at this year’s ICE Awards.
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ICE believes nuclear is required as part of a diverse energy mix to provide a stable level of long-term baseload power. We welcome this consultation outlining the necessary regulatory and financial frameworks to enable the development of new nuclear power stations.
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