The poor state of EDF’s finances is threatening to leave UK and French taxpayers and electricity consumers with a huge bill if construction of Hinkley Point C is not stopped as soon as possible.
No one knows, until the final bill for dealing with the waste has been totted up in thousands of years. EdF and the UK government are planning to dump the waste, and the costs of managing it, onto future generations.
We played a major part in the 14-month public enquiry in 1988/9 and continued to campaign for alternative renewable energy sources and energy conservation measures.
The closure of Hinkley A was announced in May 2000 as a result of our campaigning.
We have successfully fought against nuclear power and will continue to do so - but we need your support