About West Burton B CCGT

West Burton B CCGT is EDF Energy's only gas-fired power station, located in Nottinghamshire. It has three combined cycle units capable of generating enough electricity for approximately 1.5 million UK homes.

  • Head of Gas Operations: Tilly Spencer
  • Number of Combine Cycle Gas Turbines: Three units with a combined output of 1332MW
  • Gas connection: 19KM gas pipeline to supply gas to the site
  • Start of construction: 2008
  • Start of generation: 2013
  • People: Approximately 50 full time EDF Energy employees, plus additional supplier partner support employed during station outage
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  • Reception: +44 (0)1777 274659
  • Media requests: Martyn Butlin, +44 (0)1524 863565
  • Community requests: Business Support Team, +44 (0)7875 115288

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