Areva's Finnish reactor delayed yet again.

FT: “The next-generation atomic reactor being built in Finland by France’s Areva is facing new delays, the company’s local partner has claimed, in the latest setback to one of the world’s most technologically advanced nuclear power projects. The reactor was supposed to have entered service in 2009 but has been repeatedly delayed, leading to more than €2bn of cost overruns and causing acute embarrassment to Areva and the French government, which owns an 87 per cent stake.”
“Teollisuuden Voima Oyj, the Finnish utility locked in dispute with its French partner over who is to blame for the delays, said last year that it expected the facility to start up in 2014. But in a statement on Monday, the Finnish group said the 1,600 megawatts Olkiluoto 3 reactor “would not be ready for a normal level of electricity production in 2014”.