Protest Against Wylfa Anglesey


The campaign agaInst WYLFA-B, a new nuclear power station THREATENED FOR Anglesey, Wales

Who Are We?

Protest Against Wylfa Anglesey

PAWB (People Against Wylfa-B) are a group campaigning against a second nuclear station (Wylfa-B) on Anglesey.

No to Nuclear Energy

Nuclear waste

Nobody wants to invest in nuclear energy when there are cheaper and cleaner ways of generating electricity.

3 Ways to Help

Protest Against Wylfa Nuclear Power Station, Anglesey

1. Join our Facebook group
2. Send an e-mail to offer support
3. Contribute through a donation

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Everything needed to argue against the nuke’s lies.

Publications to download, links to other campaign groups, and info

Nuclear News

No2NuclearPower News
  • Hinkley
    by pete on 22/07/2019 at 7:58 am

    Marine and conservation groups say plans for a water-cooling system at the new Hinkley Point C nuclear power station near Burnham-On-Sea will kill up to 250,000 fish a day and must be altered or scrapped. Hinkley Point nuclear power’s cooling system has this week been described in the […]

8 Reasons to Oppose Wylfa-B

1 Nobody wants to invest billions on new nukes, although the Westminster Government are committed to artificially high prices for nuclear electricity to pass on to consumers.

2 The Government will make you pay double the price for electricity from new nukes. The price of £92.50 per MW/hour is over double the current market price, of £41 MW/hour.

3 Nobody has a clue what to do with the tonnes of dangerous nuclear waste. There are plans in place for the waste to remain on the Wylfa-B site for 160 years.

4 The Prime Minister of Japan during the Fukushima disaster  came to Wylfa in February 2015. His message: the disaster was avoidable, by avoiding nuclear energy in the first place.

5 The economy of Anglesey is the weakest in the United Kingdom, with figures of “GVA” per head of £11,368. This, in spite of the “advantage” of the power station for 50 years.

6 Germany is getting rid of nuclear energy. Italy has voted to keep the country nuclear-free. Switzerland and Spain have prohibited new nuclear power stations.

7 The island should become a centre for green energy. In 2012 PAWB published a “Manifesto for Anglesey”: an economic strategy blueprint to create jobs through natural energy.

8 They are trying to buy votes by promising jobs. Clueless politicians are promising all kinds of ludicrous things about the number of jobs to be created in a new Wylfa.