People looking to be able to compare energy rates with a new nuclear power station in Wales could be disappointed to hear that the plan may face a public inquiry.
The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) plans to build a new nuclear reactor at Wylfa, but support in Anglesey is being countered by environmental campaigners who are voicing concerns about the issue of nuclear waste.
Environment minister Jane Davidson is supporting the Welsh Anti-Nuclear Alliance (WANA) in calling for an inquiry, although the existing regulatory process will run its course before an official decision is made.
According to the Western Mail, Hugh Richards of WANA said: "We are very pleased that Jane Davidson has made representations to DECC saying there should be a public inquiry. In doing so, she is seeking to insist on due diligence."
Energy supplier EDF is leading nuclear redevelopment in the UK, although the technology remains controversial due to the potential environmental risks involved.
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