Ayrshire Power

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Ayrshire Power is the company proposing the Hunterston Power Station, a proposed 1600 megawatt coal-fired power station in Scotland.

On its website the company states that that company, was formed in June 2008 as a joint venture of Peel Energy and DONG Energy. However, in October 2009 Dong Energy withdrew from the joint venture as a cost-cutting measure.[1] On its website Ayrshire Power states that Dong Energy "remains a project design partner."[2]

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  1. Peel Energy, "Ayrshire Power Limited and DONG Energy", Media Release, Peel Energy website, October 12, 2010.
  2. "About", Ayrshire Power website, accessed June 2010.

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