Drax aims to go coal-free after biomass subsidy review

Jessica Shankleman
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Company to initially convert three boilers to run on biomass as part of £700m investment plans

Drax Group has confirmed plans to convert its North Yorkshire power station to run mainly on biomass, after the government yesterday announced it would limit the subsidy available to plants powered by...

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