Wylfa B nuclear project 'could bring thousands of jobs'
Future nuclear power projects in Wales must be value for money and create jobs where they are built, MPs have said.
But the Welsh Affairs Committee inquiry into nuclear power generation said it was satisfied with safety.
Welsh Affairs Committee chairman and Monmouth MP David Davies told the BBC that nuclear energy, "has the capacity to provide thousands of very well-paid jobs" in north Wales.
A new £8bn Wylfa B station is planned for Anglesey to replace the plant which closed in December.
A replacement has also been mooted for the Trawsfynydd plant in Gwynedd, which is being decommissioned.
26 Jul 2016
- From the section Wales politics