“A nuclear reactor has gone offline in an unplanned outage, its operator has confirmed. The 660-megawatt reactor at the Heysham 2 site, near Morecambe, Lancashire, was taken offline at 13:48 BST because of “operational requirements”, EDF Energy told the BBC.
The reactor will be offline for the next seven days, the company added.
The cause of the unplanned outage has not yet been established and an investigation is under way”.
Heysham is already into borrowed time…
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Heysham’s Old Boiler – “Nothing to Worry About” say BBC
Posted on August 11, 2014
Tonights BBC Northwest news treated us to some brilliant propaganda in the form of Malcolm Grimston saying “there is nothing to worry about.” Malcolm Grimston is the guru who is an expert on the “public perception of nuclear.” He is wheeled out by the BBC when…
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