Great Yarmouth power plant

Combined-cycle gas power plant

Facts and figures

Power plant location Norfolk, England
Power plant type Combined-cycle gas and steam turbine power plant 
Net capacity 398 MW
Fuel Natural gas
Number of units 1 turbine, 1 steam generator

Modern and flexible electricity generation

Great Yarmouth is a state-of-the-art natural-gas-fired combined-cycle gas and steam turbine power plant. It has a capacity of 398 MW, which is enough to meet the needs of more than 300,000 households.

The power plant was commissioned in 2002. It is well located, highly efficient and extremely flexible. The plant can be started up and shut down quickly and reliably in response to fluctuating demand.

Great Yarmouth power station is located in Norfolk, on the east coast of England. It is connected via pipeline to the grid just outside Bacton gas terminal. 

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