The Sizewell C Project

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The Sizewell C Project

Received 30 August 2020
From Andrew Kinsella

Representation

Sizewell C will not contribute to net zero until 2040. EDF wants us to pay for £20 billion with a nuclear tax on our energy bills. It’s too slow to help our climate emergency. So why destroy an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Locally it adss 12,000 extra vehicles a day, including over 1,000 trucks on the trouble-prone A12. And, in EDFs own documents, a recognised proportional impact that traffic would be much greater on the B1122 than on the A12, or indeed other local roads.