Four anti-nuclear protesters who chained themselves together outside Hinkley Point nuclear power station are due before magistrates in Taunton, charged with obstructing a highway.
The action last month was in protest at plans for new reactors at the site near Bridgwater. The main access road was blocked, causing long queues as staff arrived for work.
A Government spokesman has said that ministers are close to signing a deal for the proposed new nuclear reactor at Hinkley Point.
Lord Marland said a planning application for the new reactor would be ready by December. Energy company EDF said construction work would create 25,000 jobs.
Plans to build a nuclear power station at Hinkley point in Somerset will be discussed by councillors later. Sedgemoor distict councils Local Impact Report is expected to show the positive and negative effects of the proposed site.
Peter Higginson from EDF Energy says they respect the right of people to protest ahead of a planned demonstration this weekend against the proposed Hinkley power station.
Green Party leader Caroline Lucas MP gives her views on the controversial plans for a nuclear power station at Hinkley Point ahead of a planned protest this weekend.
Roy Pumfrey from Cannington in Somerset has been holding up traffic to protest against lorries passing through the town.
He says EDF Energy has passed its deadline to remove asbestos from the proposed Hinkley C site. The company has apologized but says it's taken longer than expected.