" The design for the first UK nuclear power stations to be built for 25 years has been granted approval.
After a five-year process, regulators have said the European Pressurised Reactor, designed by two French firms, is safe and environmentally sound.
But there are still a number of hurdles to be cleared before energy supplier EDF and the nuclear engineering firm Areva can begin construction.
The firms are weighing up the economic case amid concerns about rising costs. ....
The design has already been used for new reactors in Finland, France and China. But construction has taken longer than planned and costs continue to mount.
Last month, EDF revealed that the cost of its Flamanville EPR plant in Normandy had risen by more than 2bn euros (£1.8bn) due to design changes following the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan "
Look closely at where the " Emergency Back up Diesel Generator " is located, and think, " Do we ever Learn"?