The new Hinkley Point reactor has already attracted investment from France and China and now companies from South Korea look set to buy into UK nuclear power.
Spot prices saw mixed movement yesterday as a drop in wind generation was countered by increased nuclear availability in France. NBP prices went up yesterday as temperatures were colder than expected and a long system failed to have any bearing on the market.
Spot prices moved higher yesterday as temperatures remain low and Wednesday's wind production forecast was weak. However, wind generation levels are expected to ramp up tomorrow which has seen prices take a bearish direction today.
Spot power prices climbed higher yesterday as a consequence of colder temperatures and a lower wind forecast. Gas prices also increased yesterday despite a well-supplied system, the colder weather which has led to higher demand was again the cause of the bullish movement.