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Hinkley Point C nuclear power station to be most expensive object on Earth

The new Hinkley nuclear power station will be the most expensive object on Earth, according to an environment charity.

The charity Greenpeace claims the Point C plant will cost up to £24 billion - £6 billion more than the initial estimate from EDF.

Greenpeace say the French energy firm, which is building the station, gave too low an estimate and has launched a petition to stop it from going ahead, so far signed by 110,582 people.

The cost of the nuclear plant is 18 times greater the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building in Dubai.

According to figures worked out by Radio 4's More or Less programme, it is almost five times pricier than the 7-mile-long Large Hadron Collider, built to unlock the secrets of the universe.


Uranium still at $36.00/lb, so no movement there.

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