The recovery operation to find the three people missing at Didcot power station has been completed. Thames Valley Police has identified the last missing body as John Shaw. He was one of the four killed during a partial collapse at the plant in February. The identification of Mr Shaw’s body follows the discovery of the […]
The search for three men killed in the Didcot power station collapse has been resumed, after demolition of the remaining boiler house structure. The demolititon works of npower’s plant took place yesterday at 6 a.m. with help of remote operated robots “for safety reasons”. The decomissioned power station collapsed in February killing four people. It was […]
Energy firm npower has decided to halt works to recover the bodies of three men who were killed when Didcot power station collapsed. The incident took place in February, killing four people. The company said it has stopped the search because contractors have reached a 50-metre “exclusion zone” which means the remainder of the structure is […]
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RWE npower could shut seven UK power stations by 2023, the firm announced yesterday. EU laws on emissions are designed to limit the SO2, NOx and particulate emissions from large power stations. Under the EU Industrial Emissions Directive which comes into effect on 1 January 2016, existing large power plants must either comply with the […]
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