Stop Sizewell C! Wrong Project, Wrong Time, Wrong Place.
EDF’s plans to build two new nuclear reactors at Sizewell in east Suffolk will have a devastating impact on this unique and magical place. There are better alternatives in the fight against Climate Change. EDF applied for planning consent on 27 May 2020. The process will take around 18 months.
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"The big question is: if CGN were chucked out of Bradwell whether they would walk from Hinkley” said Stephen Thomas, emeritus professor of energy policy at University of Greenwich. “They are contractually obliged but good luck suing the Chinese government” https://t.co/OccPB3zHES
Isn't this the point about why the Suffolk coast is the wrong place for #SizewellC? Cefas: "it's only possible to predict detailed changes to the coastline over the next 10 years...almost every prediction in the very long-term has no certainty around it”
The shape of things to come for residents on the East Suffolk line as EDF runs a test train; 4 million tonnes of construction materials for #SizewellC will come by rail and sea (no jetty; beach landing facility), another 6 million tonnes by road https://t.co/j9G1vqJcgn
Good to see #EDF Deutschland involved in this project to generate hydrogen from offshore wind. The Dutch are at it too, with plans to deploy by end of this decade. This is the way to go - real green hydrogen, and all way ahead of #SizewellC