Welcome to the website of Theberton and Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell [TEAGS].

Watch our “Sizewell Hero” video below, and then click Take Action to send a message of concern to EDF.

EDF’s plans to build two new nuclear reactors at Sizewell in east Suffolk will have a devastating impact on this unique and magical place, and especially on the villages of Theberton and Eastbridge and the local environment. The construction of Sizewell C&D must not be allowed to destroy the lives of local residents, or the qualities that make this area of Suffolk, and the Minsmere Reserve, so special and so popular with visitors:  the peace, tranquility, dark night skies, beautiful landscapes, fragile coastline and rich wildlife.

We oppose the building of what is effectively a new town for 2,400 construction workers so close to Minsmere and the tiny, peaceful hamlet of Eastbridge, and the route that EDF has chosen for a relief road. 

EDF aims to apply for planning consent in 2020.

Visit our News Section for the latest updates and media coverage, check out our social media feeds below, and to find out more about who we are, visit Contact Us.

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Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS9 hours ago
Ministerial Statement:
"It is important that we who have benefitted from nuclear technology take appropriate steps now to manage the waste created from using that technology. Nuclear technology has provided clean energy to our homes and businesses and will continue to play an important role as we transition to a carbon neutral economy."
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS9 hours ago
"Officers say brothels are being set up not only in Bristol and other urban centres but in the countryside. There have been reports of brothels being established close to the vast building site on the Somerset coast where the Hinkley Point C nuclear power station is taking shape."
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS1 day ago
Detailed Response to UK Govt BEIS Consultation on RAB (Regulated Asset Base) new nuclear funding model: The Proposed RAB Financing Method, Prof Steve Thomas, Prof Tom Burke, Prof Peter Bradford and Dr Paul Dorfman.
"The UK government has proposed a new nuclear 'Regulated Asset Base' (RAB) funding model. Meanwhile, EDF maintain they can bring down the cost of new nuclear at Sizewell C by 20% and build on-time. But we conclude that past experience suggests otherwise. The question is, will the new nuclear RAB model produce power that is competitive with other options for reducing climate change emissions, such as energy management and efficiency, onshore and offshore wind, and solar?"

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Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS
Theberton & Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell - TEAGS2 days ago
Guess we need to wait a little longer for the Energy White Paper...

TEAGS on Twitter

1 week ago
EDF adds further €1.5bn to Flamanville nuclear plant costs, now €12.4 bn instead of €3.3bn and not likely to be in commercial operation till 2023 (instead of 2012). What price #SizewellC? https://t.co/ISEk7kIUsk via @financialtimes
2 weeks ago
@edfenergycomms @edfenergy The £3 billion overspend at #Hinkley seems to have busted the myth that new nuclear is affordable #RejecttheRAB
2 weeks ago
Did you sign the SumOfUs petition to #RejectTheRab? Now you can respond to the #RidiculousAtomicBailout
consultation directly. Briefly explain why you don't want to pay for #SizewellC and send to @beisgovuk via https://t.co/8x7rC1Mjfc
2 weeks ago
@ProspectUnion @edfenergycomms @edfesizewellc @ProspectUnion please take time to visit the local communities @edfesizewellc will destroy. Then tell us you support this attrocity @TEAGonSizewell

Theberton and Eastbridge Action Group on Sizewell

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