24 May 2015. Confirmation that one of Britain’s biggest remaining coal-fired power stations will close by next March did not come as a great surprise. Squeezed by escalating taxes on the burning of coal and tighter rules on emissions, the 980MW Ferrybridge C facility in West Yorkshire is just the latest in a series of stations to fall victim to the drive to reduce the importance of coal in the UK’s energy mix.



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