The Chinese firm helping to build the new nuclear power station at Hinkley Point is set to submit a design for another site.
State-owned CGN said it is now able to move forward and deliver nuclear capacity at other UK sites including Sizewell in Suffolk and Bradwell in Essex, after the government gave the £18 billion project the go-ahead.
For Bradwell, the firm plans to submit a design for UK regulatory approval, which could take four years.
The reactor design and technology will need to be approved for use in the UK before the station can be built.
Why does the government want a new nuclear plant at Hinkley Point and why has it proved so controversial?
Government officialscan't provide any detail about how a national security test for future critical infrastructure deals will be applied.
The government approved new nuclear power plants back in 2006 but the plan for Hinkley was only given the go ahead 10 years later.