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 and is too slow and expensive compared to alternatives in the fight against Climate Change.
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**Update on EDF’s application for Development Consent** EDF applied for a Development Consent Order (DCO) on 27 May 2020. The process will take almost two years, with no decision expected before mid April 2022. Visit Take Part in the Planning Process for more information on the process overall.
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EDF reports wear to some of SZB's stainless steel “thermal sleeves” which form part of the mechanisms that insert control rods into the reactor core to shut it down. Extreme wear could result in parts of the sleeves coming loose & obstructing control rods
Paul Brown: "Even with the massive station Hinkley Point C being built in Somerset, nuclear power is fading away. To keep the lights on we will have to increasingly learn to carefully manage the power produced by our unreliable weather." #StopSizewellC
The @NFLAUKandI Secretary took part in the BEIS NGO Forum this morning. This brings together anti-nuclear groups for robust discussion with UK Government. There was plenty of that today! @SayNo2SizewellC @BlackwaterBANNG @StopSizewellC @stophinkley @GreenpeaceUK @PAWBpawb https://t.co/uNBH5MeGNE