Costs Of UK Blackout Emergency Plan Soar As Coal Plants Are Subsidised To Keep Warm

The cost of ensuring Britain could turn its lights back on after a catastrophic nationwide blackout has soared by at least £12m this year, as National Grid is forced to pay struggling old coal plants to “keep warm” in case of an emergency.
Britain’s so-called “black start” plans are designed to

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