Out-of-work young people in Suffolk are signing up to a new project designed to help them get employment in the region’s growing energy industry. Charities working with the venture say they want to give young people a second chance, a meaningful career and an opportunity to get on in life. It is part of a partnership project in which Sizewell C, the proposed new nuclear power station, is working with local charities, Access Community Trust and Inspire Suffolk, to improve access to training in skills the project – if it gets the go-ahead – and wider area will need.
East Anglian Daily Times 6th Feb 2021 read more »
Calls have been made for materials for the construction of the proposed Sizewell C nuclear plant to be shipped to the site in containers – to take lorries off the roads. EDF Energy has put forward changes to the plans for the £20billion twin reactor to reduce road traffic with substantial use of rail and sea instead. This would include building a 400metre jetty – which it has been suggested could be used for deliveries by container ships.
East Anglian Daily Times 8th Feb 2021 read more »