“When Hinkley [Point C, a planned new nuclear plant in Somerset, England] was first announced, we were told that electricity generated by the power station would be ‘cooking Christmas turkeys by 2017’.” (http://www.greenpeace.org.uk/blog/climate/8-reasons-george-osborne-let-hinkley-nuclear-go-20160216)
Not conventionally, of course, just any within a 100 mile radius.
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“The decision to give the green light to Hinkley [Point C nuclear plant] surprised many, as in January the European competition commissioner, Joaquín Almunia, who retires on 1 November, had earlier overseen a heavily critical report on the subsidy arrangements proposed by DECC [Department of Energy and Climate Change]. But he said he had changed his minds after making some changes to the original proposal.” (http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2014/oct/12/ecotrcity-legal-challenge-eu-hinkley-point-c-subsidy-nuclear)
The both of them that he was in?