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UK’s headlong rush into new nuclear power development could run into big problems about selecting sites

PeterBanks Blog 17th March 2018, It has been a busy time lately. BANNG has attended a number of meetings and
Prof. Andy Blowers has been involved as an expert in the Geological Disposal Facility (GDF) consultation process. And on top of that the weather has thrown a wobbly which has potential implications on the decisions for energy policies.

There have been two important meetings. One concerned the Government’s consultation on reviewing the siting criteria
for new nuclear power stations. For all of us concerned about the Government’s headlong rush towards more ridiculous nuclear development it is vital to respond to this consultation.

Clearly the Government is attempting to extend the time period allocated for selecting potential new nuclear sites. The sites included in the previous consultation on the siting criteria in 2008 should have had power stations generating by 2025 and even Hinkley Point C (HPC) has only a remote chance of being up and running by then.

BANNG also had an important strategic meeting with the Nuclear New Build departments of the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR) and the Environment Agency (EA). This event was co-chaired by BANNG’s Andy Blowers and the EA’s Simon Barlow. The meeting was attended by senior representatives from the EA and ONR and 6 from BANNG. Andy Blowers once again was also able to represent Colchester Borough Council.
http://banksyboy.blogspot.co.uk/2018/03/the-other-beast-from-east.html

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March 19, 2018 - Posted by | politics, UK

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