1. Plans for a £15,000,000,000 UK nuclear power plant 'scrapped'  Metro.co.uk
  2. Hitachi to pull plug on north Wales nuclear power station  The Guardian
  3. Sizewell C jobs could be crucial say supports ahead of expected scrapping of Welsh power station  East Anglian Daily Times
  4. Nuclear: Hitachi 'withdraws' from £20bn Wylfa project  BBC News
  5. Hitachi to ditch Welsh nuclear plant | Business  The Times
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Japanese giant Hitachi is expected to announce on Wednesday that it will no longer build the power station at Wylfa on Anglesey.Japanese giant Hitachi is expected to announce on Wednesday that it will no longer build the power station at Wylfa on Anglesey.

Plans for a £15,000,000,000 UK nuclear power plant 'scrapped' | Metro News

The firm is pulling out of what would have been Wales' biggest energy project, a council says.The firm is pulling out of what would have been Wales' biggest energy project, a council says.

Nuclear: Hitachi 'withdraws' from £20bn Wylfa project - BBC News

Supporters of Sizewell C say that jobs for the proposed power station have become more crucial than ever ahead of an announcement that is expected to see the scrapping of a station in Wales. Supporters of Sizewell C say that jobs for the proposed power station have become more crucial than ever ahead of an announcement that is expected to see the scrapping of a station in Wales.

Sizewell C jobs could be crucial say supports ahead of expected scrapping of Welsh power station | East Anglian Daily Times

Plans to build two new nuclear power plants in the UK have been scrapped after Japanese backer Hitachi pulled out.Plans to build two new nuclear power plants in the UK have been scrapped after Japanese backer Hitachi pulled out.

Hitachi scraps UK nuclear power plant plans | Business News | Sky News

Britain’s nuclear sector is facing a fresh setback as the Japanese developer behind a proposed plant on Anglesey prepares to abandon the project.Hitachi had been developing the Horizon venture toBritain’s nuclear sector is facing a fresh setback as the Japanese developer behind a proposed plant on Anglesey prepares to abandon the project.Hitachi had been developing the Horizon venture to

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Spiralling costs of building a new atomic power station in Wales prompts Japanese giant to pull out of the projectSpiralling costs of building a new atomic power station in Wales prompts Japanese giant to pull out of the project

Hitachi to abandon £20bn UK nuclear project

Japanese conglomerate Hitachi Ltd <6501.T> will completely exit a stalled British nuclear power project, the Mainichi daily newspaper reported on Tuesday, a withdrawal that would deal a blow to Britain's plans to replace aging plants.Japanese conglomerate Hitachi Ltd <6501.T> will completely exit a stalled British nuclear power project, the Mainichi daily newspaper reported on Tuesday, a withdrawal that would deal a blow to Britain's plans to replace aging plants.

Hitachi to exit stalled British nuclear power project - Mainichi newspaper | Reuters

North Wales Live revealed this morning that the scheme was in peril and this has now been confirmed North Wales Live revealed this morning that the scheme was in peril and this has now been confirmed

Wylfa Newydd to be scrapped as Hitachi tells Anglesey council it plans to withdraw - North Wales Live

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The project has been on hold for 20 monthsThe project has been on hold for 20 months

Plans for £13bn Wylfa Newydd nuclear power plant on Anglesey have been scrapped - Wales Online

TOKYO -- Hitachi Ltd. is set to completely withdraw its plan to build a new nuclear power plant in Britain, sources close to the matter revealed on SeTOKYO -- Hitachi Ltd. is set to completely withdraw its plan to build a new nuclear power plant in Britain, sources close to the matter revealed on Se

Hitachi set to withdraw completely from stalled British nuclear power plant project - The Mainichi