To ask Her Majesty's Government what nuclear power stations there are in the United Kingdom; which of those are being decommissioned; what has been the cost to date of each station; and what is the estimated cost of completion of the decommissioning process.
24 June 2014
The current and former nuclear power stations designated to NDA are Berkeley, Bradwell, Calder Hall, Chapelcross, Dungeness A, Hinkley Point A, Hunterston A, Oldbury, Sizewell A, Trawsfynydd and Wylfa.
All are being decommissioned with the exception of Wylfa which continues to generate.
The costs of each station since their respective generation end dates, and during the period in which they have been in NDA ownership (since 1 April 2005) have been:
Berkeley £400 million
Bradwell £590 million
Calder Hall £265 million
Chapelcross £490 million
Dungeness A £285 million
Hinkley Point A £370 million
Hunterston A £345 million
Oldbury £72 million
Sizewell A £280 million
Trawsfynydd £540 million
The estimated cost of completion (the remaining lifetime cost) for all of the sites named is £16.5 billion.
EDF / British Energy stations are: Hunterston B, Hinkley Point B, Hartlepool, Heysham 1, Dungeness B, Heysham 2, Torness, Sizewell B.