Molly has said the decision by the European Court of Justice that UK government support for construction of Hinkley Point C does not constitute illegal state aid is “hugely regrettable”.
Molly has accused government ministers of saddling consumers with higher energy bills because they have had their ‘heads stuck in the radioactive sand’ over Hinkley.
Molly has issued a challenge to MPs in the South West to unite against Hinkley and in favour of resurrecting previously shelved offshore wind projects.
Following an announcement that energy from offshore wind in the UK is now cheaper than electricity generated from new nuclear, Molly has renewed a call for Hinkley C to be scrapped.
Molly has written to 15 local authorities asking what plans they have in place to deal with an emergency nuclear incident at Hinkley.
Molly calls again for Hinkley to be cancelled as National Audit Office agree it is ‘risky and expensive’.
Molly has condemned a decision by the EU Commission to give the green light for French government cash to Areva, the nuclear group designing and building nuclear reactors at Hinkley.
Molly has welcomed news that Greenpeace Energy, a green energy supplier in Germany, is taking renewed legal action against Hinkley through the European Court of Justice.
Molly responds to news that Government ministers from the UK, France and China have signed the final deal on Hinkley nuclear power station.
Molly writes for Left Foot Forward on the government’s ‘comprehensive review’ on Hinkley. She warns that in post-Brexit Britain the Conservative government are putting political expediency ahead of expert advice.