Heysham


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Heysham

a port in NW England, in NW Lancashire. Pop. (with Morecambe): 46 657 (1991)
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This means we have considerable knowledge of the design and operation of plants such as Hartlepool and Heysham 1.
There have been occasions when entering Heysham has been impossible at certain states of tide, for example over the New Year period when a large piece of wooden debris blocked the harbour entrance for several days.
Scheduled closure dates for Heysham 1 and Hartlepool have been extended by five years to 2024, while scheduled closure dates for Heysham 2 and Torness have been extended by seven years to 2030.
The Office for Nuclear Regulation has now granted permission for two reactors at Hartlepool and one at Heysham to return to service.
EDF took Heysham 1, Heysham 2 and its Hartlepool 1 reactor offline in August.
Carefully designed and sensiblysited onshore wind farms such as Heysham South will be central to producing the energy that we all use over the coming decades.
Then came the incident that saw Keddle and Didcot's Pablo Heysham clash in a committed 50/50 challenge and with Keddle on a stretcher Heysham received a straight red card.
The Hartlepool and Heysham 1 plants have been dogged by output issues in recent years, but British Energy - owned by French company EDF Energy - said the reactors had passed a technical and economic evaluation.
International Resource News-December 17, 2010--Centrica PLC supports extensions for Hartlepool and Heysham 1 power stations(C)1994-2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Stena Line will also acquire the operations of the terminals in Belfast, Birkenhead and Heysham.
com)-- Heysham based IT recruitment consultancy "Mount Recruitment Ltd.
Contract workers at the Sellafield nuclear site in Cumbria, Heysham nuclear power station in Lancashire and Staythorpe power station near Newark in Nottinghamshire were also among those taking unofficial action for the first time yesterday in support of protests against the hiring of Italian and Portuguese workers at Lindsey Oil Refinery in North Lincolnshire.