Fife power station
|Fife Power Station|
Location of Fife Power Station in Scotland
|Decommission date||March 2011|
|Owner(s)||Scottish and Southern Energy|
|Thermal power station|
|Primary fuel||natural gas|
|Nameplate capacity||120 MW|
It was a 1+1 configuration module built around a 74 MW General Electric Frame 6F gas turbine providing for a combined cycle output of 109MW, exhaust duct firing is employed to reach the stations maximum output.
Investigations took place in 2007 into the feasibility of burning used car tyres in Fife, environmental legislations precluded this however.
The plant closed in March 2011.
- "Datamonitor Research Store - SSE buys £12 million Fife power station". www.datamonitor.com. Retrieved 2010-01-11.
- "Scottish and Southern Energy plc gas-fired power stations". SSE plc. 2011-03-08. Retrieved 2012-07-09.
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