Welcome to the Sizewell C Website

By 2020, existing power stations producing about a quarter of Britain’s electricity will close. Many of these are old oil, coal and gas-fired plants whose carbon emissions no longer meet EU environmental regulations. The remainder are nuclear reactors reaching the end of their lives. The Government believes new nuclear power stations should form part of a new low-carbon energy mix together with renewables and also lower emission fossil fuels such as natural gas.

EDF Energy aims to build a new power station with two reactors located on land next to the current Sizewell B station. This website provides information on our plans for developing new nuclear power at Sizewell in Suffolk, and will give you an opportunity to find out more about the proposals.

EDF Sizewell
Stage 2 Consultation
Stage 1 Consultation ended in February 2013. Read more on our initial proposals.
Statement of Community Consultation
Our Stage 1 Statement of Community Consultation (SoCC), which set out how we planned to consult the public is available here.
What's Happening
Further events will be added soon

View our informational videos.
Sizewell C update -- Recent Hinkley Agreement
Sizewell C update -- Recent Activities
Sizewell C update -- What Next?
Supply Chain
Business Opportunities
The proposed Sizewell C will offer new business opportunities throughout the supply chain and across many different sectors. A website run by the Suffolk and Norfolk Chambers of Commerce is now available for businesses to register their interest in becoming suppliers: www.sizewellcsupplychain.co.uk
Latest News
We are delighted to announce that in mid-June work will begin to convert 67 hectares of arable farmland in Leiston, known as Aldhurst Farm, into wildlife habitat.

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