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Written Answers — Department for Energy and Climate Change: Gas Fired Power Stations (25 May 2016)

Andrea Leadsom: ...Combined Cycle Gas Turbine plants have closed within the last two years: Name of Plant Capacity (MWe) Location Barking 1,000 London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, East London Roosecote (mothballed in 2012; demolition in 2015) 229 Barrow in Furness, Cumbria Killingholme (Centrica) 665 Killingholme, Humberside This excludes combined cycle gas turbine plants which...

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Power Stations (8 Jul 2013)

Michael Fallon: The Government is aware of three power stations (Keadby, Teesside, and Roosecote) that are mothballed or similarly unavailable to generate this winter. These power stations had a total generating capacity of 2.8 GW. In addition to these power stations that are currently fully mothballed, there are also a number of power stations where some units are mothballed.

Written Answers — Energy and Climate Change: Biofuels (1 Nov 2012)

Gregory Barker: Details of the Secretary of State’s meetings are published quarterly on the DECC website. Centrica have announced their decision not to pursue plans to build new biomass stations at Roosecote and Brigg. Public consultation on support for new dedicated biomass plant under the renewables obligation has just closed and we expect to publish the Government response before the end of the year. We...

Written Answers — Environment Food and Rural Affairs: Electricity Generation (19 Apr 2012)

Richard Benyon: ...Heat and Power Plant Killingholme Combined Heat and Power Plant Killingholme Combined Cycle Gas Turbine Kingsnorth Little Barford Littlebrook Marchwood Medway Oldbury Pembroke Ratcliffe-on-Soar Roosecote Rugeley Rye House Saltend Sandbach Power Station Sappi Blackburn Paper Mill and Combined Heat and Power installation Sizewell B Slough Combined Heat and Power South Humber Bank Shoreham...

Oral Answers to Questions — Energy: Independent Electricity Generation (24 Feb 1992)

Mr John Wakeham: The Government welcome the strong growth of competition in generation. The first project to be developed since privatisation, at Roosecote, is already supplying electricity to the grid. Four other independent generating stations are under construction and the Government are aware of about 30 other potential independent projects.

Oral Answers to Questions — Energy: Gas Turbines (25 Jun 1990)

...Glamorgan The Boots Company plc Beeston, Nottingham Hawker Siddley Corby, South Humberside ICI plc Winnington, Cheshire ICI plc Wilton, Cleveland Kodak Ltd. Wealdstone, London Lakeland Power Roosecote, Cumbria Leicester Energy Leicester London Transport Executive Lots road, Chelsea London Transport Executive Greenwich generating station PowerGen plc Killingholme, South Humberside...

Opposition Day: Electricity Industry (20 Feb 1990)

Mr John Wakeham: ...among the independent sector in entering the generating market. Lakeland Power and NORWEB, of course, led the way last October with the signature of a long-term power sales contract from the Roosecote station in Cumbria. I am glad to say that this particular project is progressing well. As we speak, the staton is undergoing conversion to burn gas and it is hoped that Lakeland will be...

Clause 23: Orders for Securing Compliance (10 Apr 1989)

Michael Spicer: ...cost structures that are considerably below those that are now the average for the CEGB. I can inform the House of some of them because they are in the public domain. These include Barking, Corby, Roosecote, Leicester and Brigg. I cannot refer to them all because some of them are commercially confidential. However, the cost structures that we have seen are considerably below those of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Energy: Central Electricity Generating Board (7 Nov 1988)

Mr Cecil Franks: Will my right hon. Friend note the case of the Roosecote power station at Barrow-in-Furness, which was decommissioned by the CEGB in November 1986 and for which private sector tenders were invited in February with an April deadline for decision by September? Will my right hon. Friend inquire which September the chairman had in mind and whether it is to be before or after privatisation of the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Electricity Supplies: New Power Stations (6 Nov 1950)

...Doncaster … … 112 Drakelow … … 224 East Yelland … … 84 Fleetwood … … 84 Goldington … … 112 Littlebrook "C" … … 225 Meaford "B" … … 168 Plymouth "B" … … 90 Roosecote (Barrow) … … 112 Tilbury … … 280 Uskmouth … … 336 16 New Stations … … 2,387

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