Energy news updates
Following a series of meetings between Prospect and Intergen management, Prospect has now received a final pay offer. The offer is for a two year deal covering 2016 and 2017 and is as follows:
The union representing staff at Britain’s last large deep coal mine says the government has failed to provide enough support to help staff retrain or seek alternative employment, and robbed the UK of a potential vibrant export industry.
The staff, based at HMS Sultan and HMS Collingwood, run technical apprentice courses for clients including Network Rail and EDF. They have been seeking a reasonable settlement since June this year.
Prospect is set to become the most significant union in the burgeoning energy-from-waste sector following the signing of an exclusive recognition agreement with Veolia.
Nuclear decommissioning experts employed by Magnox Limited at its sites in Harwell and Winfrith downed tools in a protest over pay parity with colleagues at the company’s ten other sites.