Anglesey Council is urging the National Grid to rethink its plan to build a second line of pylons across the island. The proposal for a second connection for the proposed new Wylfa Newydd nuclear power station has been formally accepted by the Planning Inspectorate. A 400kV electricity transmission would link the new new nuclear plant and marine energy developments in the Irish Sea. But the council is disappointed the North Wales Connection plans are for “over grounding”, rather than underground cables. Anti-nuclear campaigners said they were not surprised by the application to the Planning Inspectorate.
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