NUGEN Partner ENGIE Wants OUT of Nuclear….

Moorside – Engie [Machine Translation] The French group is trying to abandon its projects in Turkey and Great Britain. A split of the Belgian subsidiary is envisaged. Nuclear power is soon over for Engie. For a few months, the French energy company has begun a major strategic shift by focusing on renewable energies. But this …

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NuGen Partner Says: Renewable Energy is the New Norm – OK – So ….STOP MOORSIDE!

Dear Friends, Thank you for all your actions to Stop Moorside, the biggest nuclear development in Europe. Now one of the partners behind the proposal - Engie has said that: *Renewable energy is the new norm* So, even Engie's chief executive, Isabelle Koche believes that nuclear is literally a dead end. Please write to Engie …

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GOOD NEWS! ENGIE (NuGen) Stopped From Damming the Amazon (for now!)

What do the River Ehen and the River Amazon have in common?  ENGIE the international company who are partners in the NuGen plan for the biggest nuclear development in Europe on the river Ehen are also partners in the plan for one of the largest hydroelectric dams in the world on the River Amazon. Extract …

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Silent Night of Radioactive boreholes, 300 on Greenfields and Floodplain

The land beneath and around Sellafield is too radioactive for a nuclear dump.  This is what people were told by Energy Solutions when they were trying to push a low level nuclear dump on the old open cast coal mine of Keekle Head. Some suggested quite reasonably that the waste should remain at Sellafield.  But …

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Planning for Tomorrow with NuGen’s Fergus McMorrow

NO NEW HAZARDOUS DEVELOPMENT or POPULATION INCREASE NEAR SELLAFIELD says Copeland Local Plan 2001-2016 Copeland Borough Council’s Local Plan for 2001-2016 states: 6.10 HAZARDOUS INSTALLATIONS 10.1  Two premises have been notified to the Council as hazardous Installations under arrangements set out in ODPM Circular 04/00 "Planning Controls for Hazardous Substances". Consultation zones have been established …

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