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Difficulties increase for Manchester gas-fired power plant

The UK government has withdrawn a subsidy for an £800m gas-fired power plant project in Manchester, its developers said on Tuesday, following its failure to secure investment needed to build the plant.

Blow for UK as Manchester gas power plant runs into trouble

Britain's energy capacity margin just got tighter as it emerged that a key gas-fired power plant in the northwest of the country is now in doubt.

Manchester gas plant gives up à‚£450m subsidy

The owners of the 2GW Carlton gas-fired power plant in Manchester have given up a £450m subsidy, part of the UK's capacity market scheme, as the facility is unlikely to be completed on time.

UK cryogenic energy storage project granted à‚£10m in government funding

UK energy storage innovation firm Highview Power, has been awarded £10 million by the UK Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy for a 50MW cryogenic energy storage facility.

RWE planning 2.5 GW gas power plant in the UK

German utility RWE has commenced the planning process for the construction of a 2.5 GW gas-fired power plant in Essex, England.

Work starts on UK cryogenic energy storage project

Work has started on a 50 MW liquid air energy storage facility in the UK.

MAN Energy and Highview Power in cryogenic energy storage alliance

MAN Energy Solutions has signed a contract to provide its liquid-air energy-storage turbomachinery solution to Highview Power's CRYOBattery facility.

Highview hires MAN Energy for UK cryogenic energy storage project

Turbomachinery will form core of CRYOBattery facility that once complete will form one of Europe's largest battery-storage systems.

Critical energy meeting for British government

Prime Minister David Cameron has called a meeting to engage key energy industry policy makers on how to address the problem of the country's energy supply problems.


The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) says an investment of up to €28bn ($37.5bn) in Europe’s electricity grid system is needed over the next five years to ensure it can meet its ambitious energy goals.