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1. Green Power Has Overtaken Other Power Sources in Britain07.11.2018   10:29 
Green energy connected to Britain’s electricity grid increased to a record 42 gigawatts in the third quarter, giving it the largest share of the nation’s energy mix, according to Drax Electric Insights, Bloomberg reports. The roll out of renewables has now eclipsed the so-called “dash-for-gas”
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2. Drax to buy assets worth £700m from Iberdrola16.10.2018   10:17 
UK power supplier Drax will buy £702m worth of rival Scottish Power’s assets from its parent company Iberdrola as it continues its shift away from coal-powered electricity, the Financial Times reports. The 2,566MW acquisition is made up of pumped storage, hydro and gas-fired power generation
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3. EU Pollutant Cuts Put at Risk Large Power Plants, IEEFA Report Says10.05.2017   10:50 
More than 100 separate plants plants—representing one-third of Europe’s large-scale coal-fired power plant capacity—face costly air quality upgrades or closure as a result of new European Union emissions limits, according to an analysis published on May 8 by the Institute for Energy
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4. Two More Biomass Plants Approved in the UK11.08.2011   08:34 
The UK Energy Minister has approved yesterday the construction of two new 299 MW biomass plants proposed by the power company Drax, according to a Reuters report. ”I am very pleased to give the go-ahead for these two new biomass power stations in Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire. They will not
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