Horizon Nuclear Failure

Horizon to be wound up

On 10 January The Times revealed Horizon, the company behind the threatened new nuclear plant at Wylfa, is to be wound up completely by Hitachi before the end of March, 2021. This is the logical conclusion of the process that started exactly two years ago when Hitachi suspened Horizon’s operations at Wylfa. Then in September …

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Wylfa B Won't be

Hitachi pulls out of Wylfa

As expected Hitachi is to abandon all plans to build a nuclear power station at Wylfa. Well over a decade has been wasted by our politicians in supporting Wylfa B. For years, PAWB has agreed with experts around the world who warned that massive nuclear projects are unlikely to be commercially successful. All of the nuclear industry’s arguments have been negated by the growth of sustainable methods of energy production for continually falling costs. This is the reality that has been ignored, while still believing in the promises of jobs.

Morlais Marine Energy

Turning the tide on Wylfa

Not far from the site of Wylfa nuclear power station, two clean energy projects are being envisaged. ‘Morlais’ and ‘Minesto’ projects hope to enstall wave powered turbines just off the north coast of Anglesey. They hope to produce hundreds of megawatts of renewable, low carbon, dependable and clean electricity. Both projcts have been supported by …

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Celebrating a historic victory

People Against Wylfa B joined anti nuclear campaigners from around the world at celebrations in Brittany marking the 40th anniversary of the victory over the threatened Plogoff nuclear power plant.