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British Energy was the UK's largest electricity generation company by volume, before being taken over by Électricité de France (EDF Energy) in 2009.
UK coal generation assets
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- Peter Hollins - former CEO (1998-2001)
- Stephen Billingham - former finance director
- Bob Davies
- Adrian Montague
- Advanced Power Technology Forum
- British Coal Utilisation Research Association
- Department for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform
- UK Coal
- Coal Authority (UK)
- Department of Trade and Industry (UK)
- Scottish Coal
- British Geological Survey
- European Union Large Combustion Plant Directive
- United Kingdom and coal
- Very low sulphur coal
- "Investor Relations: Iberdrola", Scottish Power website, accessed June 2008.
- CoalPro, "UK", World Coal Institute website, accessed June 2008.
- United Kingdom Quality Ash Association, "Power Station Locations and Capacities", undated but after 2006, accessed June 2008.
- Mott MacDonald, "UK Coal Production Outlook: 2004-16", Department of Trade and Industry website, Final Report March 2004. See Appendix E: UK Coal Power Stations, page E-1 at the end of the report.
- "Eggborough", British Energy website, accessed June 2008.
For further information, see relevant SpinProfiles page British Energy
- Russell Hotten, "BE investor declines to sell to EdF amid growing concerns: One of British Energy’s biggest investors has so far declined to sell its stake to EdF, believing that the French company’s £12.5bn takeover bid may yet fail regulatory hurdles," Telegraph (UK), September 29, 2008.
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