Horizon Nuclear Power

Cofiwch Fukushima Mawrth 2011 / Remember Fukushima March 2011

Vigil/rally at Pont Borth ochor Sir Fôn/Menai Suspension Bridge Anglesey side GOGLEDD CYMRU – NORTH WALES

Organised by:
PAWB (Pobl Atal/People Against Wylfa B) - Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg - Greenpeace Croeso i bawb / All welcome NA I/ NO TO WYLFA B

Event Date and Time: 
Sun, 11/03/2012 - 2:00pm - 3:00pm

Protest! Support Caedegog Farm, Llangefni 21 January

2.30pm, Saturday 21 January, Car Park, Glanhwfa Road, Llangefni.

Richard CaerdegogCome to support the brave family of Caedegog Farm who are standing firm against attempts to grab their land for Wylfa- B.

Speakers: Richard Jones, Caerdegog Farm, Dr Carl Clowes PAWB, Dr Malcom Carroll, Greenpeace, Angharad Tomos, Cymdeithas yr Iaith Gymraeg

Event Date and Time: 
Sat, 21/01/2012 - 2:30pm - 4:00pm

No more Fukushimas - 10-11 March 2012: Surround Hinkley Point

The biggest industrial disaster in history.

Japan, has been brought to its knees by the ongoing events at Fukushima.

The reactors that went into meltdown in March have now melted through the foundations and 40 years of accumulated nuclear waste is emitting vast amounts of radiation, contaminating the land, sea and air. In desperation, the Japanese government is transporting and burning radioactive rubble all over Japan and exporting highly contaminated food as “aid” to developing countries.

Nuclear monster continues to torment local family

Horizon continue to bully the Jones family of Caerdegog and have applied for compulsory powers to ascertain the suitability of their land for construction.

Horizon Nuclear Power (HNP) recently applied to Ofgem for Section D of their Electricity Generation Licence to be “switched on”. 1

Nuclear not an alternative to tidal

Today's UK Government announcement that it is scrapping plans to build the large Cardiff to Weston barrage has been welcomed by Friends of the Earth Cymru.  Government support for nuclear power, however, has been dismissed by the group as a dangerous distraction.

 The Director of Friends of the Earth Cymru, Gordon James, said:

"We have long argued that the Cardiff to Weston-super-Mare Severn Barrage would have been too costly in both financial and environmental terms, and that better options exist to harness this important source of clean energy.

Stop the Great Nuclear Rip Off! Demo, 15 June, London

Demonstration outside the Nuclear Industry Forum, Westminster, London, Tuesday 15 June 2010

Event Date and Time: 
Tue, 15/06/2010 - 8:30am - 10:00am

The Nuclear Companies

EDF Energy bought British Energy to gain access to sites for nuclear new build. It subsequently sold a 20% stake to Centrica, better known to the public as Scottish Gas or British Gas. They aim to build new nuclear at Hinkley Point, Sizewell, Heysham, Hartlepool, and Bradwell.

German RWE, in Britain better known as RWE npower, bought sites at Kirksanton and Braystones in Cumbria for new nuclear. In addi­tion, RWE formed a joint-venture with another German utility com­pany, E.on, under the name Horizon Nuclear Power, to develop nuclear power at Wylfa and Oldbury.

Anglesey protest over plans for new nuclear power plant at Wylfa

"Protesters dispute economic and safety claims for a new nuclear plant at Wylfa

Nuclear protest planned on Anglesey

People Against Wylfa B (PAWB) will demonstrate at the Menai Suspension Bridge between 8am and 9am on March 31.

Event Date and Time: 
Wed, 31/03/2010 - 9:00am - 10:00am