Gas powered electricity generation station consented

The secretary of state for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy has accepted a recommendation from the examining inspector to grant consent for the construction of a gas-fired electricity generating station with a nominal output of 1,700 MW on Teesside, agreeing that a limit on the total electricity generated should be capped until such time that the applicant could demonstrate to the local planning authority that carbon capture and storage (CCS) requirements could be met in full.

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