End of an era? Two large coal-fired power stations in the U.K close down on same day

CNBC | A coal-fired power station in the U.K., which had a capacity of 2,000 megawatts (MW) at its peak and could power roughly two million homes, officially closed on Tuesday.


The shutdown of Fiddler’s Ferry Power Station, which is located in Cheshire, came on the same day that another coal-fired facility, RWE’s 1,560 MW Aberthaw Power Station in Wales, also closed down.

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