THE second phase of dredging for Hinkley Point is not going to see mud deposited in Cardiff anytime soon – despite there being a presence of the dredger vessels. The dredger vessels – which were used during the first phase of dredging in 2018 – are docked in Barry awaiting approval for to begin their work. EDF Energy, who are running the Hinkley Point C development, have confirmed they have booked the vessels in anticipation of a dredging and depositing licence being granted for Portishead but they have not made an application for a licence for this to be done in Cardiff Grounds. If they do decide to make the application, it would go to a public consultation – which has been completed for Portishead.
Barry & District News 21st April 2021 read more »
The tower cranes used for the construction of the building that will house the two nuclear reactors of the Hinkley Point C nuclear power plant in the UK are equipped with DCS 61-S, the latest generation anti-collision and zoning system from AMCS technologies.
Cranes Today 20th April 2021 read more »