Campaigners claim concerns over new nuclear power plant ‘not taken seriously’ by energy boss. Campaigners concerned about the impact of Sizewell C on Suffolk have complained the energy giant’s chief “ignored” an invitation to meet. EDF Energy’s chive executive officer Simone Rossi addressed the Suffolk Chamber of Commerce in Kesgrave on Friday – but disappointed campaign groups by choosing not to visit. Theberton and Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell C (TEAGs) had invited Mr Rossi to visit communities in east Suffolk most affected by EDF’s proposals for a new nuclear power plant. However, eight months later, TEAGS was told by EDF the letter could not be located. TEAGs member Paul Collins said: “Despite being in post for eight months and speaking about Sizewell regularly to the national media, Simone Rossi appears surprisingly reluctant to visit us.
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