Thurrock Power, a subsidiary of Statera Energy, is proposing to submit plans to develop a flexible generation and storage power plant known as Thurrock Flexible Generation Plant. The development comprises a gas fired electricity generating station and a battery storage facility on land to the north of Tilbury substation, Thurrock.

Statera Energy was created with the aim of delivering increased flexibility for the UK electricity system to assist in the transition to a low carbon economy in the belief that renewable energy sources, such as solar and wind, will become the dominant form of generation of the future.

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14 October, 2020

Notice of Preliminary Meeting

THURROCK POWER LIMITED Thurrock Flexible Generation Plant Planning Inspectorate Reference Number: EN010092 Rule 13(6) Infrastructure Planning (Examination Procedure) Rules 2010 Notice of Preliminary Meeting Notice is […]
30 June, 2020

News Item June 2020 – Thurrock Power Limi …

Thurrock Power Limited’s application for a Development Consent Order relating to the Thurrock Flexible Generation Plant was submitted to the Secretary of State for Business, Energy […]
10 October, 2019

Public Consultation

Public Consultation on Project Changes – 11th October to 11th November 2019 It is important to us that local people, local businesses and other local organisations […]