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The PS12bn Anglesey nuclear scheme was put on hold in January after Hitachi and Horizon Nuclear Power failed to reach a funding agreement with the UK Government for the plant.
It comes as Hitachi is locked in negotiations with the UK and Japanese governments about taking a stake in the nuclear venture, Horizon Nuclear Power.
Under the plan, Hitachi Ltd's subsidiary Horizon Nuclear Power Ltd will be in charge of constructing two reactors for the new nuclear power plant.
Hitachi-GE has received on schedule approval for deployment in the UK, paving the way for the construction of Horizon Nuclear Power's first unit at Wylfa Newydd on Anglesey, North Wales.
International Resource News-May 23, 2016--Bechtel, Hitachi Nuclear Energy Europe and Japan Gas chosen by Horizon Nuclear Power to deliver two-reactor nuclear plant in Wales
e delegation has been organised by Anglesey to build relationships with Horizon Nuclear Power.
Japanese-owned Westinghouse has come out fighting and reiterated a desire to build its AP1000 nuclear reactor on British shores--despite the setback of losing the deal to do so with Horizon Nuclear Power.
"We both have partners in the nuclear power business...and we don't know yet whether Hitachi needs our hands," Omiya said, noting that Hitachi recently purchased Horizon Nuclear Power Ltd.
Energy groups E.On and RWE have sold their 50:50 joint venture, Horizon Nuclear Power, to Hitachi for [pounds sterling]696 million, and and the Japanese-owned group will now take over the development of Horizon's plans for new nuclear power in the UK.
26 November 2012 - German power and gas utility RWE AG (ETR:RWE) and energy group E.ON AG (ETR:EOAN) have finalised the sale of their equally-owned British joint venture, Horizon Nuclear Power, to Japan's Hitachi Ltd (TYO:6501), E.ON said today.
Hitachi is set to acquire Horizon Nuclear Power, which has the rights to build reactors at Wylfa in North Wales, as well as Oldbury in Gloucestershire.