As the debate heats up over Suffolk’s next nuclear plant and new investors climb on board, Julia Pyke from EDF reveals her concerns about recruiting the workers needed to build Sizewell C after Brexit. But Ms Pyke says she is “quite confident” that Sizewell C will go ahead, regardless of what deal is agreed between the UK government and the EU. “The country is going to need the electricity, come hell or high water,” she said. “It’s my mission, and I am a very determined person!”
Ipswich Star 14th Nov 2018 read more »
Three Suffolk councils are throwing their weight behind plans for a controversial new electricity substation to be sited in an AONB – as it is the “lesser of two evils”. The Broom Covert site, between Leiston and Sizewell, is an alternative location for Scottish Power Renewables’ (SPR) 30-acre substation which the energy firm had earmarked for a site in Friston.
East Anglian Daily Times 13th Nov 2018 read more »