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Didcot A sees in Magnom revolution

Electricity companies operating in today's competitive energy markets often face the challenge of running a diverse portfolio of power stations.

Protest over missing workers at Didcot power plant

A ‘peaceful protest’ was held this week by the families of three men still missing in the debris of Didcot A Power Station in England.

Didcot equipment brings UK traffic to standstill

An enormous transformer destined for Didcot coal-fired power plant caused 13 mile tailbacks on the M4 UK motorway over the weekend.

Didcot power plant set to generate district heating

Didcot power plant in Oxfordshire is set to be the site of a new district heat network.

Didcot power plant victims recovery delay ‘unacceptable’

Politicians in the UK have deemed the six-month wait for the recovery of bodies from the Didcot A coal-fired power plant ‘unacceptable.’

Rescuers search rubble for missing after Didcot fatal accident

Rescuers with sniffer dogs are this morning still searching for three people missing in the rubble of Didcot Power Station in the UK.

Davey: Didcot blaze doesn’t threaten UK energy supplies

The UK’s energy secretary, Ed Davey, has received assurances that the country’s energy security has not been threatened by the partial shutting down of one of its biggest gas-fired power plants.

Casualties feared in UK coal power station explosion

A major incident has been declared at the decommissioned Didcot coal-fired power plant in Oxfordshire, England.

Return of high winds set to boost UK capacity margin

The fire that saw half of the Didcot B power plant taken off the grid this week will not threaten the UK’s energy security as high winds have contributed to a healthier capacity margin.

Another UK coal power plant set for closure

A 2,000 MW coal power generation plant in England is set to shut down in the coming weeks as a result of the European Commission’s Large Combustion Plant Directive.