Drax, based in Selby, North Yorkshire, is at the centre of the government’s plans to move the UK away from coal-fired stations to more sustainable methods of power generation.
A decade ago, Drax was the UK’s leading emitter of carbon dioxide; now it is the Europe’s largest decarbonisation project. Chief executive Dorothy Thompson explains that Drax is not stopping there: “This year’s planned full conversion of a third unit will result in a carbon saving of 12 million tonnes per year – the equivalent of taking more than three million cars off our roads,” she says.
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