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Format: 18/06/2019
Format: 18/06/2019
Visitor Centre Coordinator Emma Horne in the exhibition room at Hunterston B
Friday, November 3, 2017

Five star success for Hunterston B visitor centre

Hunterston B power station's visitor centre has retained its five-star rating from VisitScotland. The visitor centre is one of just seven attractions in Ayrshire and Arran with a five start rating, an accolade it has held since 2013.

Deeping St. Nicholas
Wednesday, November 1, 2017

EDF Energy Renewables sells majority stake in five UK wind farms

EDF Energy Renewables is selling a majority stake in five of its onshore wind farms.
This financial deal fits with the EDF Group’s CAP 2030 renewable energy strategy and supports its ambitious development portfolio in the United Kingdom, a strategic market for the Group.
Monday, October 30, 2017

Statement regarding Hinkley Point C trade union negotiations

Nigel Cann, Hinkley Point C Programme and Construction Delivery Director, said:  

“Following lengthy negotiations with employers and the Trade Unions, we are very pleased that the union members have voted to accept our offer.

Andy also organised a charity football match earlier in the month
Thursday, October 26, 2017

Superheroes raise money for local man

Two civil engineers from Dungeness B power station, dressed as Batman and Robin, swapped their batmobile for a tandem to raise money for local man Aaron Wicks.
Torness 2017 apprentice intake: Back row, L-R: Paige Gould, Connol McNeill, Murray Gilvray. Front row L-R- Lisa Hilferty, Callum Souter, Thomas Summerfield
Thursday, October 26, 2017

Bright sparks start Torness apprenticeships

Torness power station’s latest recruits have joined the company to start their apprenticeship in the nuclear industry as the search starts for next year's intake.

Pictured are Hinkley Point B’s 2017 apprentices, from left: (back) Alex Hill, Charlotte Arend, Joe Whittaker, Ryan Barnett and Dominic Sherratt; (front) Josh Kite, Todd Liell and Cameron Werner.
Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Next generation of apprentices at Hinkley Point B

THE next generation of apprentices has started work at EDF Energy’s Hinkley Point B power station near Bridgwater after securing places on the company’s coveted four-year apprenticeship scheme – just as the 2018 recruitment process is due to start.

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