The Wylfa site in North Wales will be witnessing the next generation of compact nuclear power stations. Rolls Royce has agreed to partner for this major project after the Japanese company Hitachi has cancelled to build a £20bn twin reactor nuclear power station.
The site at Wylfa in Anglesey has suffered a serious setback after Hitachi has set a move back, finally its Rolls Royce who made a forward move to balance the nuclear supply chain in the UK. The plan of a mini nuclear power station hinted at firms bringing forward the Sizewell C.
The sources associated with Sizewell are in turn a part of Wylfa development scheme. So this promoted all the ones replying on Wylfa construction as Rolls Royce leads a consortium including BAM Nuttall and Laing O’Rourke.
In a further statement regarding the construction, the sites at Anglesey and Trawsfynydd could be homes to new small-scale power stations. The power station at Wylfa would be able to operate for 60 years and provide 440MW of electricity, enough to power a city the size of Leeds.