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Scholarship opportunities at top Chinese university open to Essex graduates

The Bradwell B project is encouraging Essex graduates to consider a career in nuclear power as part of an international scholarship programme. CGN, the main shareholder in Bradwell B, is supporting Beijing’s Tsinghua University’s search for applicants for a scholarship on their International Master’s Program in Nuclear Engineering and Management. The two-year full scholarship master’s […]

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Bradwell-on-Sea Community Update – 15th January 2021

We recently wrote to people living in the Bradwell-on-Sea parish with an update on the project. This update includes information on recent meetings and current site works. You can read the update below. — Generic Design Assessment update – Environment Agency consultation Separate to the Bradwell B planning permission process, is the Generic Design Assessment […]

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Environment Agency consultation marks milestone in Generic Design Assessment process

The Environment Agency (EA) today started its public consultation on the Generic Design Assessment (GDA) of the UK HPR1000, the reactor technology which is planned for use at Bradwell B, a proposed new nuclear power station at Bradwell-on-Sea in Essex. The environment regulator has published its preliminary conclusions from the GDA alongside its assessment reports […]

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Bradwell B project receives electricity generating licence

Nuclear New Build project’s Chief Executive welcomes important milestone for project Commenting on the news that the UK’s Gas and Electricity Markets regulator Ofgem has announced that it has granted an electricity generation licence to Bradwell Power Generation Company Limited, the company’s Chief Executive, Alan Raymant said: “This is an important milestone on the journey […]

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Bradwell-on-Sea Community Update – 7th December 2020

We recently wrote to people living in the Bradwell-on-Sea parish with an update on the project. This update includes information on recent meetings and current site works. You can read the update below. — Parish council meetings Over the course of the last few weeks, we have undertaken a number of positive meetings with local […]

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Spotlight on marine surveys

The Bradwell B team has launched our new Spotlight series of videos, giving you an insight into what’s happening behind the scenes at Bradwell B. In the first of our Spotlight videos, we focus on marine surveys, shining a light on what the marine team has been getting up to on the Blackwater estuary. From […]

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Bradwell-on-Sea Community Update – 9th November 2020

We recently wrote to people living in the Bradwell-on-Sea parish with an update on the project. This update includes information on how the project is working to keep in touch with the local community, details of current site and marine works, and information on how we are following new Covid-19 regulations from the government. You […]

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Bradwell B Community Newsletter – October 2020

CGN and EDF Energy have recently published a newsletter providing an update on the Bradwell B project. You can see the October 2020 newsletter here. If you have any questions or require further information, please contact a member of the project team using the details below: Freephone information line: 01621 451 451 Email: feedback@bradwellb.co.uk Twitter: @CGNBradwellB

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Bradwell B holds inaugural Community Forum

The first Bradwell B Community Forum took place on Tuesday (6th October) evening this week as part of the Project’s commitment to work alongside the local community in developing its proposals for a new nuclear power station. Over the coming years, as the initial proposals are turned into detailed plans, the Community Forum will meet […]

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Ofgem Electricity Generation Licence application

In June 2020 Bradwell B submitted its application to Ofgem for an Electricity Generation Licence, as the name suggests it is required to allow us to generate electricity to help meet the UK’s energy needs. All electricity generating companies need to have this licence. Our application has been accepted for consideration or ‘duly made’ and you […]

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