All press releases

Format: 27/01/2020
Format: 27/01/2020
Sizewell C -  Aerial View
Monday, July 22, 2019

EDF Energy statement regarding BEIS consultation on financing for new nuclear

Alongside a big expansion of renewables, reliable nuclear power is needed to help us switch from polluting fossil fuels and reach net zero emissions. Nuclear’s proven technology reduces the difficulties and cost of trying to decarbonise the electricity supply we all use and depend on.

Rio (5) and Sevi (8) taking part in the Torness safari adventure trail.
Thursday, July 18, 2019

Torness visitor centre goes wild!

Visitors to the Torness visitor centre have been taking a walk on the wild side during the school holidays.

More than 400 people have dropped in to the East Lothian facility so far to take part in a summer safari adventure.

Ore Oduba charging an electric car
Wednesday, July 10, 2019


This summer, EDF Energy is giving motorists the opportunity to enjoy a week-long British staycation, complete with an electric vehicle, to three destinations around the UK where the only cost will be the electric charge for the car.
Reinforced with 5,000 tonnes of Welsh steel, the concrete base took 240 hours to complete.
Friday, June 28, 2019

Hinkley Point C hits its biggest milestone yet

Hinkley Point C has hit its biggest milestone yet on schedule. The completion of the base for the first reactor, known as “J-zero”, means that the construction of the nuclear buildings above ground can now begin in earnest.
Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Glasgow pupils attend environmental STEM day

School children from across Glasgow have been challenged to think about how we can make the most of the resources we use as part of an event at City of Glasgow College run by charitable organisation SmartSTEMs and supported by Glasgow Chamber of Commerce Programmes Developing the Young Workforce

person charging electric vehicle
Friday, June 21, 2019

Brits could save more than £41,000 on fuel in a lifetime by switching to an electric vehicle

The average British motorist will spend over a staggering £56,000 on petrol in a lifetime, according to new figures. With the average lifetime cost of charging an electric vehicle coming in at just over £15,000, savvy Brits could save over £41,000 on fuel by going electric in the near future.