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In February , Centrica withdrew from the new nuclear construction programme, citing building costs that were higher than it had anticipated, caused by larger generators at Hinkley Point C, and a longer construction timescale, caused by modifications added after the Fukushima disaster.
In March , a group of MPs and academics, concerned that the 'talks lack the necessary democratic accountability, fiscal and regulatory checks and balances', called for the National Audit Office to conduct a detailed review of the negotiations between the Department of Energy and Climate Change and EDF. In December , the European Commission opened an investigation to assess whether the project breaks state aid rules   with reports suggesting the UK government's plan may well constitute illegal state aid.
The Statement of the Commission in its first findings of 18 December , is too clear. I do not think that some conditions could change that clear result. Lord Justice Sullivan said that "he did not venture that it had a real prospect of success, it was desirable that the court should give a definitive view as to whether there should be a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union and, if not, on the meaning of the Directive". The UN , under the Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context , ordered the Department for Communities and Local Government to send a delegation to face the committee in December , on the "profound suspicion" that the UK failed to properly consult neighbouring countries.
In September , news leaked that "discussions with the UK authorities have led to an agreement. On this basis, vice-president Almunia will propose to the college of commissioners to take a positive decision in this case. In principle a decision should be taken within this mandate" with a final decision expected in October On 8 October , it was announced that the European Commission had approved the project, with an overwhelming majority with only four commissioners voting against the decision.
In June , the Austrian government filed a legal complaint with the European Commission on the subject of the state subsidies,  a complaint that was later dismissed. In September , EDF admitted that the project would not be completed by , with a further announcement on the final investment decision expected in October Earlier plans to announce Areva and 'other investors' were dropped: In February , EDF again delayed a final decision on proceeding with the project, disclosing that the financial agreement with CGN was yet to be confirmed.
EDF stated that "first concrete", the start of actual construction, was not planned to begin until EDF initially said it would delay a final investment decision until September On 28 July , the EDF board approved the project when 10 out of 17 directors voted yes. In August , it was reported that 'civil servants are looking to see if there is any loophole, clause or issue in contracts yet to be signed that allow the Government to pull back without huge loss and while also saving face',  that Beijing 'will resist any compromise on the deal',  and that one option under consideration is to approve Hinkley Point C but delay a decision on the Bradwell reactor.
In February The UN , under the Convention on Environmental Impact Assessment in a Transboundary Context , 'said the UK should consider refraining from further works' until it has heard back from other countries on whether it would be helpful for them to be formally notified under a treaty on transboundary environmental impacts. July saw the start of early enabling works with the construction of a car park for a ground investigation programme.
In EDF purchased the site of the Manor of Sydenham near Bridgwater which had previously been used as a factory site by British Cellophane ,  including the Grade II listed 16th century building. This work included access roads and roundabouts for increased construction traffic, park and ride schemes for the site workers, and a new roundabout for the village of Cannington. Further plans include the construction of a sea wall and a jetty for ships to deliver sand, aggregate and cement for concrete production.
In the factory site was razed to the ground. It is intended for construction of temporary accommodation for 1, workers. It was reported in October that EDF believes a condition to ensure the 'commissioning of the main concrete batching plant' has already been met.
Provided the milestone is met within 33 months of contracts being signed, the government has 'no other lever to ensure construction is proceeding as planned'. In September , the BBC reported that if construction were to start now, the plant could become operational by In March , EDF , after the Office for Nuclear Regulation gave approval to start building a network of tunnels to carry cabling and piping, started work also under way on a jetty, seawall and accommodation blocks.
In June , an interim pay deal averted strike action by construction workers. In January , EDF said that they were on track to start generating electricity by and that they planned to start constructing above-ground structures for the power station by June It was completed over a 30 hour period, creating a platform 3.
The reactor building will be built on that platform. In March , three environmental permits setting levels for emissions from the proposed power station were granted and planning consent was given, but agreement on electricity pricing was still required before building could start. Through , the operator was in negotiations with the Department of Energy and Climate Change and other government agencies.
A major sticking point was a demand by EDF Energy for a guaranteed price for the electricity to be produced, which was about twice the current UK electricity rates. EDF have said the work 'is not harmful to humans or the environment' but marine pollution expert Tim Deere Jones claims the mud 'could expose people to radioactivity'.
In October , the government announced that it had approved the agreement of a "strike price" for the plant's electricity, a major condition for its construction. In September , the government confirmed the project, but following new agreement in principle with EDF, and imposing significant new safeguards for future foreign investment in critical infrastructure. The consent covers the placement of the structural concrete for the first nuclear safety-related structure.
Research carried out by Imperial College Business School argues that no new nuclear power plants would be built in the UK without government intervention. Fennovoima Hanhikivi will be built without any subsidies, now or ever'. The study does not actually compare UK strike prices for wind and solar energy sources with the proposed UK strike price for nuclear energy, and it ignores a number of external and integration costs, including all costs of grid upgrades expected for wind, solar, and gas sources, and for wind and solar specifically, both the expected future reductions in cost for these sources and most of the increased integration costs for variable energy resources.
On 10 August , Ambrose Evans-Pritchard of the Daily Telegraph wrote that, with growth in energy storage, 'there ceases to be much point in building costly " baseload " power plants such as Hinkley Point. Nuclear reactors cannot be switched on and off as need demands - unlike gas plants. They are useless as a back-up for the decentralized grid of the future, when wind, solar, hydro, and other renewables will dominate the power supply'.
On 12 October , The Guardian reported that researchers informed MPs that the UK government was using the expensive Hinkley Point C project to cross-subsidise the UK military's nuclear-related activity by maintaining nuclear skills. The researchers from the University of Sussex , Prof. Andy Stirling and Dr. Alternatively, or in addition, the negotiating process may not have been effective in driving down the expected rate of return relative to risk.
A lack of competition in the negotiating process could have been influential here. The European Commission has questioned the likelihood of the first of these explanations, in light of what is already known about the allocation of risk". The European Commission decision on 8 October adjusted the "gain-share mechanism" whereby higher profits are shared with UK taxpayers. In December The Economist reported that the British loan guarantees require the EPR reactor Flamanville 3 to be operational by , that the regulator will rule on the future of the Flamanville reactor mid and that one possible outcome of this ruling can delay its opening far beyond , thus jeopardizing the British loan guarantees thereby preventing EDF from building the EPRs at Hinkley Point.
While other power stations are consuming nuclear waste spent fuel , Hinkley will be producing it. In October , more than protesters blockaded the site. Members of several anti-nuclear groups that are part of the Stop New Nuclear alliance barred access to Hinkley Point power station in protest at EDF Energy's plans to renew the site with two new reactors.
In February , about seven protesters set up camp in an abandoned farmhouse on the site of the proposed Hinkley Point C nuclear power station. They were reportedly angry that "West Somerset Council has given EDF Energy the go-ahead for preparatory work before planning permission has been granted". The group also claimed that a nature reserve is at risk from the proposals. On 10 March , the first anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear disaster , two hundred anti-nuclear campaigners formed a symbolic chain around Hinkley Point to voice their opposition to new nuclear power plants, and to call on the coalition government to hold back on its plan for seven other new nuclear plants across the UK.
The human chain was planned to continue for 24 hours, with the activists blocking the main Hinkley Point entrance. In , Theresa May 's political adviser Nick Timothy wrote an article to oppose People's Republic of China 's involvement in sensitive sectors such as the Hinkley Point C nuclear power project. He criticised David Cameron and George Osborne of "selling our national security to China" without rational concerns and "the Government seems intent on ignoring the evidence and presumably the advice of the security and intelligence agencies.
The conclusions were summarised as follows: Time will tell whether the deal represents value for money, but we cannot say the Department has maximised the chances that it will be. According to 1 local fisherman, fish stocks in Bridgwater Bay declined for a 10 months period.
On 25 March The Guardian reported that: Hinkley Point C was an issue in campaigning for the French presidential election , the first round of which was held in April From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. See also: The headland at Hinkley Point with the current power stations visible in the background.
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EDF Energy. This claim apparently originated in a booklet by Earl Mindell , who claimed also that goji had anti-cancer properties. Such exaggerated claims about the health benefits of goji berry and derived products triggered strong reactions, including from government regulatory agencies.
In , the U. Food and Drug Administration FDA placed two goji juice distributors on notice with warning letters about unproven therapeutic benefits. Additionally stated by the FDA, the goji juice was "not generally recognized as safe and effective for the referenced conditions" and therefore must be treated as a "new drug" under Section 21 p of the Act.
In January , marketing statements for a goji juice product were the subject of an investigative report by consumer advocacy program Marketplace produced by the Canadian television network, CBC. This lawsuit sought remedies for consumers who had purchased the products over years. As with many other novel "health" foods and supplements, the lack of clinical evidence and poor quality control in the manufacture of consumer products prevent goji from being clinically recommended or applied.
Because of the numerous effects claimed by traditional medicine , there has been considerable basic research to investigate possible medicinal uses of substances contained in the fruit. The composition of the fruits, seeds, roots, and other parts have been analyzed in detail, and extracts are under study in vitro and in vivo. In vitro testing suggests that unidentified wolfberry phytochemicals in goji tea may inhibit metabolism of other medications, such as those processed by the cytochrome P liver enzymes.
Organochlorine pesticides are conventionally used in commercial wolfberry cultivation to mitigate infestation by insects. Since the early 21st century, high levels of insecticide residues including fenvalerate , cypermethrin , and acetamiprid and fungicide residues such as triadimenol and isoprothiolane , have been detected by the United States Food and Drug Administration in some imported wolfberries and wolfberry products of Chinese origin, leading to the seizure of these products.
Wolfberries are most often sold in dried form. When ripe, the oblong, red berries are tender and must be picked carefully or shaken from the vine into trays to avoid spoiling. The fruits are preserved by drying them in full sun on open trays or by mechanical dehydration employing a progressively increasing series of heat exposure over 48 hours.
This production derived from 82, hectares farmed nationwide, yielding 95, tons of wolfberries. The cutivation is centered in Zhongning County , Ningxia, where wolfberry plantations typically range between 40 and hectares — acres or — mu in area.
Ningxia goji has been cultivated along the fertile floodplains of the Yellow River for more than years. They are sometimes described commercially as "red diamonds". Wolfberries are celebrated each August in Ningxia with an annual festival coinciding with the berry harvest. Lycium barbarum had been introduced in the United Kingdom in the s by The Duke of Argyll , but the plant was mostly used for hedges and decorative gardening. In the first decade of the 21st century , farmers in Canada and the United States began cultivating goji on a commercial scale to meet potential markets for fresh berries, juice, and processed products.
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