Andy Blowers looks back over recent events and asks if there are signs that the tide has turned on Bradwell B in the BANNG column for the January 2021 edition of Regional Life magazine. ‘For while the tired waves, vainly breaking, Seem here no painful inch to gain, Far back through creeks and inlets making … [Continue Reading]
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To download this Nuclear Monitor as a single PDF file, click here. To read the articles online click here. This double-issue of Nuclear Monitor is a series of six articles written by Prof. Andrew Blowers OBE, all concerned with nuclear waste. Andrew is Emeritus Professor of Social Sciences at The Open University and is presently … [Continue Reading]
Andy Blowers, Chair of BANNG, ponders the long time-scales of the Bradwell project in the December 2018 column for Regional Life Have you ever thought that nuclear energy and new nuclear power stations in particular are a waste of time? By this I mean that they take so long to build, so long in operation … [Continue Reading]
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BANNG despairs at the lack of mention of potentially serious problems at Bradwell B cheerleading event hosted by Maldon District Council.
The Guardian recently revealed that CGN (China General Nuclear Company), which is planning to design and build a new reactor(s) at Bradwell, is reluctant to disclose information about security measures in order to protect its plant in China. While this is deeply worrying, it is not entirely surprising. It is par for the course for … [Continue Reading]
It has been reported that the unnecessary and controversial dissolution of fuel element debris (FED) at Bradwell ended on 17 June, 2017, i.e. 3 years after it started – and just in time for the meeting of the Bradwell Local Communities Liaison Council on 21 June. Peter Banks, a member of the Core Group of … [Continue Reading]