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Langage Power Station Picture of power station on 1 March 2009 Official name Langage Power Station Country England Locale Devon, South West England Coordinates 50°23′18″N 4°00′42″W / 50.3884°N 4.01173°W / 50.3884; -4.01173Coordinates: 50°23′18″N 4°00′42″W / 50.3884°N 4.01173°W / 50.3884; -4.01173 Commission date 2009 Operator(s) Centrica Power station information Primary fuel Natural gas-fired grid reference SX572563 Langage Power Station is to be constructed near the city of Plymouth in Devon, England. Centrica, owners of the site, announced on 16 June 2006 that the natural gas fired power station was to be constructed on their behalf by Alstom. Section 36 consent was granted in 2000 and Reserved Matters were approved in 2005. The 885 MW plant was expected to cost £400 million and to start generating in early 2009, but problems with internal pipework have pushed this back by up to a year.[1] Langage is the first large power station to be built in the United Kingdom for five years. More may follow in order to fill the projected 'energy gap' in UK generating capacity, caused by the expected closure of nuclear and older coal-fired stations.[2] The power station had permission to build three gas-powered turbines when it bought the site in 2004, but due to land constraints they were only able to build two.[3] See also Energy policy of the United Kingdom Energy use and conservation in the United Kingdom References ^ Gallacher, Neil (2009-03-06). "True cost of power station delay". BBC News. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/devon/7928638.stm. Retrieved 2009-06-30.  ^ "Power plant gets go-ahead at last". The BBC. 2006-06-16. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/england/devon/5085972.stm. Retrieved 2008-04-26.  ^ Fineren, Daniel (2007-11-13). "UK's Langage power plant open early 2009 -Centrica". Reuters UK. http://uk.reuters.com/article/UK_SMALLCAPSRPT/idUKL136529720071113. Retrieved 2009-02-17.  v • d • e Electricity generation in South West England Power stations Coal Closed Carn Brea · Castle Meads · Exeter · Hayle · Newton Abbot · Plymouth · Poole · Portishead A + B Gas Active Chickerell · Chippenham · Indian Queens · Seabank Closed Princetown Proposed/Future Langage Geothermal Closed Rosemanowes Quarry Hydro Future Severn Barrage · Wave hub Nuclear Active Hinkley Point B · Oldbury Closed Berkeley · Hinkley Point A · Winfrith Proposed/Future Hinkley Point C · Oldbury B Oil Closed Portishead B Wind Active Carland Cross · Delabole · Goonhilly Downs Proposed/Future Atlantic Array Organisations Ecogen · Ecotricity · Geothermal Engineering Ltd. · Good Energy · Infralec · Marine Current Turbines · Mendip Power Group · npower · Nuclear Electric · Ovo Energy · Pre-nationalisation electric power companies · South Somerset Hydropower Group · SWEB Energy · Western Power Distribution · Wind Prospect This article about a power station is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This article about a Devon building or structure is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e