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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.
The water in the dock is adjusted several times, t...
The water in the dock is adjusted several times, to ensure the barge can receive the load securely
The intake head being carefully manoeuvred onto th...
The intake head being carefully manoeuvred onto the barge.
Kwasi Kwarteng MP meeting Hinkley Point C apprenti...
Kwasi Kwarteng MP meeting Hinkley Point C apprentices Chris Staple-Newton, Toby Martin, Honey Bulled, and Anna Gates
Kwasi Kwarteng MP pointing to the progress at the ...
Kwasi Kwarteng MP pointing to the progress at the first nuclear reactor unit.
Liam Dale is a graduate of Hinkley Point C's Suppo...
Liam Dale is a graduate of Hinkley Point C's Supported Traineeship. After completing the course, Liam secured a job as cleaner with the site’s accommodation provider, Host. Three years on, Liam is now working with Hinkley Point C’s catering provider, Somerset Larder, where he hopes to develop his interest in cooking.
Meg Moore is one of Hinkley Point C's first reacto...
Meg Moore is one of Hinkley Point C's first reactor operations trainees. Meg grew up in North Wales and secured a job as an operations engineer at Hinkley Point B as part of an EDF graduate scheme. She is now training to become a future Reactor Operator at Hinkley Point C and is living in Bridgwater.
The latest Socio-Economic Impact report shows the ...
The latest Socio-Economic Impact report shows the project is delivering big social and economic benefits in local communities and across Britain.
The opportunities provided by Hinkley Point C are ...
The opportunities provided by Hinkley Point C are playing an important role in improving social mobility in the South West – making a difference to people who need support.