EDF failed to disclose flooding risk caused Dungeness shutdown.

Guardian: “EDF has failed to be open and transparent by shutting down its Dungeness plant in Kent for two months without properly informing people, environmentalists have said.”
“The energy company put a one-line statement on its website in May last year saying unit 22 at Dungeness station had been taken offline on 20 May for maintenance work that included completing improvements to flood defences for extreme events.
Yet five months earlier, EDF had privately admitted to the industry’s watchdog, the Office of Nuclear Regulation (ONR), that the shingle bank between the reactors and the sea was “not as robust as previously thought”, according to the environmental website ClickGreen.
A review of flood defences followed the Fukushima disaster in Japan, which raised global concerns about the vulnerability of atomic power stations in coastal areas.”