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Format: 20/09/2020
Format: 20/09/2020
Hospice Fundraising Director Heather Manson with EDF Energy's Scottish Business Director Paul Winkle
Friday, February 10, 2017

EDF Energy donates £20,000 to Glasgow’s Hospice

Zingy recently met Harvey the Hospice Heart at The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice when EDF Energy donated £20,000 to the hospice’s £21million Brick by Brick Appeal to build a new home for Glasgow’s Hospice. 

Heysham 1 exterior
Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Heysham reactor shuts for planned maintenance

ONE of the nuclear reactors at Heysham 1 power station in Lancashire has been taken out of service for a major maintenance programme  which will see around one thousand extra workers join the site’s 700-strong team during the eight-week period.

Madison Levett, Sir John Leman School, Beccles
Thursday, January 26, 2017

Suffolk students rise to energy challenge

EDF Energy is supporting a group of 25 school girls from Suffolk who have taken up a challenge set by the Engineering Development Trust to reduce energy usage at school. 
Linda Fabiani MSP with EDF Energy staff at the East Kilbride office
Monday, December 19, 2016

Local children benefit from EDF Energy East Kilbride’s Christmas Giving Tree

Staff at EDF Energy have been playing Santa to some of East Kilbride’s most in need children. Every year employees at the office in the GSO Business Park leave presents under the ‘Christmas Giving Tree’ which are then passed on to children in the area whose families are facing hardship.

Pirniehall Primary in Edinburgh meet Zingy during Torness Visitor Centre's Christmas Cracker Week
Monday, December 19, 2016

A Christmas cracker for Torness

Around 150 children passed through the doors of Torness power station’s visitor centre last week as part of its Christmas Cracker open learning week. As well as touring the station the pupils from Loretto RC Primary in Musselburgh, Tweedmouth  Middle School in Berwick-upon-Tweed and Pirniehall Primary in Edinburgh were able to get up close to one of the on-site fire engines, take part in fire extinguisher training and had the opportunity to learn about radiation protection. The children were able to try on the protective coveralls that workers use in some of the radiation controlled areas.

Gemma Hay
Monday, December 19, 2016

Health and safety award for Torness apprentice

An apprentice at Torness power station has proven she is a safe pair of hands by taking first place in a health and safety competition. Gemma Hay, from Eyemouth, won the Jack Bennett trophy for the work she carried out while acting as Health and Safety Director during a submarine-based project which is part of EDF Energy’s four year apprenticeship programme.

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