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Hinkley Point C: The numbers behind the new nuclear power station 60 video http://img.vidible.tv/prod/2017-03/31/58dde117c214e3295fd7926c/58dde117aabe30184e0420bf_o_F_v1.jpg Energy giant EDF has revealed details of the progress in building the first new nuclear power station in a generation. Around 1,600 workers are now on the Hinkley Point C site in Somerset, the first concrete has been poured for the tunnels and three million cubic metres of earth has been moved. EDF said three million tonnes of concrete and 230,000 tonnes of steel reinforcement will be used in the construction of the £18 billion project. PA - Press Association STUDIO News Europe News 2017-03-31 04:50:40
Hinkley Point C: The numbers behind the new nuclear power station
Energy giant EDF has revealed details of the progress in building the first new nuclear power station in a generation. Around 1,600 workers are now on the Hinkley Point C site in Somerset, the first concrete has been poured for the tunnels and three million cubic metres of earth has been moved. EDF said three million tonnes of concrete and 230,000 tonnes of steel reinforcement will be used in the construction of the £18 billion project.