Two nuclear power stations that play a vital role in helping to maintain
EDF Energy said it expected the two power stations to be back in service between the end of October and the end of December, but that would be contingent on a range of factors.
"During the coming weeks the team will focus on completing the inspections and work to build a robust case for the safe continuing operation of the boilers," the company said. "This 'safety case' is subject to approval from the independent nuclear regulator."
The power outages following the discovery of a fault on a boiler "spine" at Heysham 1 have already led the
The plants are out of action at a time when part of the 2GW Ferrybridge coal-fired station is also temporarily closed down owing to a fire. The margin between supply and demand inside
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