Npower leads capacity dash

Wood, Janet
September 2007
Utility Week;9/7/2007, Vol. 27 Issue 20, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the plan of Npower to build a gas-fired power station in Pembroke, Wales. The plan was announced as the company prepares to begin work on a power station at Staythorpe. CEO Andrew Duff stated that the gas-fired plants would allow the firm to reduce its carbon intensity by 33% on 2000 levels by 2015 and 50% on 1990 levels. Centrica also indicated plans to expand capacity at its King's Lynn site in Norfolk, England.


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