Hitachi- from the country that brought the world Fukushima

Hitachi- from the country that brought the world Fukushima
We feel very sad for the people of Japan who want to end nuclear energy whilst a potential new government and big business are desperate for it

No Fukushima at Oldbury

No to Fukushima at Shepperdine!

No to Fukushima at Shepperdine!

Tuesday, 27 July 2010

"The Engineer "article is either factually incorrect or total PR rubbish

An article on  is either factually incorrect or tantamount to lies---either way it smacks of a total lack of professionalism that seems to be more evident as the nuclear industry becomes more desperate.

As any fool can see ,from Horizons latest newsletters, the Shepperdine site will  have its first reactor in 2025 at the earliest.---It is therfore impossible to have 6000 MW of nuclear power by 2025.

We would suggest that if Wylfa progresses well and Oldbury is chosen as a suitable site by the rehashed NPSs------Even though it is not a suitable site-----Horizon will have 3000MW of nuclear energy by 2025.-----If some crazy financial consortium decides to take on the risk!!

Frazer-Nash to support nuclear site licensing

26 July 2010

Frazer-Nash has been awarded a five-year framework contract and three work packages by Horizon Nuclear Power, the company aiming to develop and operate around 6,000MW of new nuclear power stations in Britain by 2025.

Horizon Nuclear Power, an equal joint venture of RWE npower and E.ON UK, has purchased land for the development of nuclear plants at Oldbury-upon-Severn in Gloucestershire and at Wylfa on the Isle of Anglesey.

Both sites have been identified as suitable for development in the government’s draft nuclear National Policy Statement, which was announced on 9 November 2009.

Frazer-Nash has signed a framework agreement with Horizon Nuclear Power for the provision of regulatory and licensing services for a five-year period from 2010.

The agreement will initially focus on supporting Horizon’s submissions of Site Licence Applications for the Oldbury and Wylfa sites.

Commenting on the contract wins, business manager Paul Deeran said: ‘Frazer-Nash now has significant involvement in the development of the UK’s next generation of nuclear power stations, and these contracts complement our ongoing work for the Health and Safety Executive on the Generic Design Assessment, which is considering the options for nuclear reactor design.’

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