Teesside Power Station

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Teesside Power Station is a 800 megawatt coal gasification plant proposed by Centrica[1] that is currently on hold.

On its website the company states that "we continued our feasibility study at Eston Grange on Teesside for the potential development of an Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power station with the ability to sequestrate carbon. However, the government’s decision to provide economic support for only a post-combustion technology station has made further material investment here less likely." [2]

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  1. Terry Macalister, "Centrica plans cleanest coal power plant in UK", Guardian, November 9, 2006.
  2. Centrica, Securing future energy supplies: 2007 Performance: Our initiaitives", Centrica website, accessed August 2008.

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