June 2009
Utility Week;6/26/2009, p17
Trade Publication
The article reports that several Greenpeace campaigners boarded a freighter delivering coal to the Kingsnorth power station in Kent, England. The protesters used inflatable speedboats to climb on board the ship and at the foremast. Four of the protesters descended after being served an injunction while six others were arrested. The coal generation facility has been ridiculed for plans for an additional plant at the site.


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