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Nuclear energy in Wales

Inquiry

The Welsh Affairs Committee has launched an inquiry looking at Nuclear energy in Wales. It will consider Wales’ role in the UK Government’s nuclear ambitions, the economic impact of a new nuclear power station at Wylfa and the development of nuclear technologies, such as small modular reactors.

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The deadline for submissions was Friday 12 August 2022.

Reports, special reports and government responses

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Oral evidence transcripts

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16 November 2022
Inquiry Nuclear energy in Wales
Witnesses Julia Pyke (Director of Finance and Economic Regulation at Sizewell C), Darryl Murphy (Head of Infrastructure at Aviva Investors), and Tom Greatrex (Chief Executive at Nuclear Industry Association)
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
19 October 2022
Inquiry Nuclear energy in Wales
Witnesses Linda Rogers (Member at PAWB (People Against Wylfa B)), Neil Crumpton (Member at PAWB (People Against Wylfa B)), and Dr Doug Parr (Policy Director and Chief Scientist at Greenpeace UK)
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
19 October 2022
Inquiry Nuclear energy in Wales
Witnesses Dalton Nuclear Institute, University of Manchester, Dalton Nuclear Institute, University of Manchester, and Imperial College London
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Oral Evidence
NUC0041 - Nuclear energy in Wales
Witnesses Nick Grenfell-Marten
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
NUC0040 - Nuclear energy in Wales
Witnesses Nuclear Institute
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence
NUC0039 - Nuclear energy in Wales
Witnesses Linda Rogers (Member at PAWB (People Against Wylfa B))
Committees Welsh Affairs Committee
Written Evidence

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