The troubles at Japan's Toshiba have a knock-on effect for the UK's plan to build nuclear power stations.
Westinghouse, owned by Toshinba, is due to build three reactors at Moorside in Cumbria.
However, Toshiba has put Westinghouse into administration, so what happens to those plans?
"It depends whether anyone can be found to buy Westinghouse," says Stephen Thomas, a professor of energy policy at the University of Greenwich.
He says "it's not clear" if there are any potential buyers, with the Chinese and South Koreans showing little interest.