Dungeness is also near the seaThey don't want it transported by rail, and it can't go by road, so I don't see much othe option. Well I suppose sizewell and Sellafield are near the sea...
No they don't. This is the sort of post that makes people angry, and some people then snap and start swearing at you (well I've seen it happen on other forums).Even more ironically, Greenpeace want nuclear material to be transported by plane instead of by rail
So basically the only power they really like is solar, which would need pannels on every roof.Renewable energy: Wind and Solar mainly and some biomass. That said, some of them dont like wind turbines because they look ugly (I dont agree) and swot falcons and buzzards out the sky. And biomass only if its waste products theres a move against bio-fuels because vast monocultures of crop are very bad for the soil nutrients, bio diversity and water use.
I hear they use lots of nuclear power and are investing in more plants. I hope we do the same.Good point, but large airports aint maintenance free either and use a lot of land. Honest the 'the slash' aint that heavy on the gas. Nuclear power in France helps a bit too.
Done it three times by Ryan Air. If you can find it £100 or less by train, ideally Felixstowe - Aurillac though, please let know.Are you planning to go from Felixstowe - Rodez by train?