Staythorpe Power Station: screening opinion for Environmental Impact Assessment – variation to section 36 consent, Electricity Act 1989 – GOV.UK

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Screening opinion for Environmental Impact Assessment regarding an application to operate at an increased generating capacity.
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Secretary of State’s screening opinion for Environmental Impact Assessment regarding an application to operate at an increased generating capacity in accordance with the Electricity Works (Environmental Impact Assessment) (England and Wales) Regulations 2017.
24 May 2021
RWE Generation plc
Staythorpe Power Station
Staythorpe
Newark
Nottinghamshire
NG23 5PS

Screening opinion for Environmental Impact Assessment regarding an application to increase the generating capacity.
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