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Hinkley Point C has hit its goal of training 1,000...
Hinkley Point C has hit its goal of training 1,000 apprentices during the power station’s construction phase. The target was set during the planning stage of the project, as part of its commitment to maximising opportunities for local people.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with five HPC app...
Prime Minister Boris Johnson met with five HPC apprentices in Bristol in mid-October ahead of the COP26 climate change conference  which was held in Glasgow in November. HPC's aspiration is to train 1000 apprentices, with 800 trained to date.
One of the main components of the largest steam tu...
One of the main components of the largest steam turbine in the world arrived in Avonmouth from Belfort in France, where it was manufactured by GE.
Outfall Gallery 1 - Work on the Outfall Galleries ...
Outfall Gallery 1 - Work on the Outfall Galleries continues to progress well. Once the sea water has passed through the condenser in the Turbine Hall, the Galleries will transfer it from the Outfall ponds back to the Outfall Tunnel.
The world's biggest crane, 'Big Carl’, was in ac...
The world's biggest crane, 'Big Carl’, was in action again in mid-November, lifting the first huge steel ring section onto the second nuclear reactor building, just 11 months after the same operation on the first unit. The ring was built 25% more quickly than the same part on Unit 1.
Unit 2 Ring 1 lifted into place 11 months after th...
Unit 2 Ring 1 lifted into place 11 months after the same operation on the first unit. The ring was built 25% more quickly than the same part on Unit 1.
Hinkley Point C pictured in late November from the...
Hinkley Point C pictured in late November from the Quantock Hills. The Project is on course to complete 19 of the 21 milestones set for 2021, with the last two following close behind in early 2022.
One of the Handling Alignment Frames (HAFs) being...
One of the Handling Alignment Frames (HAFs) being lifted into place in mid-October by the Balfour Beatty Marine Works Team. All six of the Intake Heads now have their HAFs fitted. These structures will support the heavy lift of the Heads as they are placed on the Bristol channel seabed.
Charlotte Casey, 22, from Bridgwater graduated fro...
Charlotte Casey, 22, from Bridgwater graduated from her Nuclear Engineering apprenticeship in the summer and is now working as an Operational Development Engineer on site.
Mat Danby, 28 from Bridgwater is a Level 3 Chef ap...
Mat Danby, 28 from Bridgwater is a Level 3 Chef apprentice with Hinkley Point C’s catering provider, Somerset Larder.
Travis Redfern, 22, from Taunton is a Digital Engi...
Travis Redfern, 22, from Taunton is a Digital Engineer Apprentice with BYLOR.
One of Hinkley Point C’s intake heads as it is t...
One of Hinkley Point C’s intake heads as it is towed into the Bristol Channel to join “Gulliver” and “Rambiz”. These floating cranes are the size of football pitches and have a combined lifting capacity of 7,300-tonnes.