People concerned about the redevelopment of Britain's cheap energy nuclear infrastructure will have the opportunity to take a tour of sites run by E.On.
The energy company plans to have two new reactors fully operational by 2020 as part of the government's plan to redevelop the UK's nuclear infrastructure and the firm already runs guided tours of its existing nuclear facilities in Sweden, reports the Guardian.
Paul Golby, head of E.On in the UK, said Swedish tours give visitors the opportunity to learn about the plant from within a few metres of crucial equipment and the same will be available in Britain in a bid to offer complete transparency to the public.
Mr Golby told the paper: "Well, I was on the same tour that other people are given and I certainly have stood above storage tanks with a few metres of water between me and the spent fuel rods. That's fairly close."
French-owned energy firm EDF will be running nuclear redevelopment in the UK, having bought British Energy for £12.5 billion.
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