The world’s largest biomass plant at is operational again after being shut down for four months following a fire.

The 750 MW Tilbury power station in England is operated by RWE npower and uses wood pellets as fuel. It had only been fully operational for around a month when the fire broke out in February.

Yesterday, RWE revealed that electricity had been exported to the grid for the first time since the fire after one of the plant’s three units went back on line.

The fuel hoppers to the other two units are still being refitted and are not expected to be working until the end of July at the earliest.