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CONCH NEWS ALERT : North Ayrshire Council Say NO At a meeting on Wednesday, lasting less than 90 minutes, North Ayrshire Councillors voted unanimously to object to Ayrshire Power’s plans for a dirty coal-station at Hunterston. Citing concerns over health, environment and climate change the councillors were also critical of major gaps in information provided […]

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Communities Opposed to New Coal at Hunterston, a campaign against a massive 1.6GW power station on the West Coast of Scotland, is busy objecting to new information submitted by Ayrshire Power – plans that have got even bigger and dirtier. They need your help – get involved by objecting, coming to a campaign meeting or […]

For all the greenwash and propaganda of Dong, Peel and ‘Ayrshire Power Limited’, the proposed new 1.6 GW coal-fired power station at Hunterston in North Ayrshire is still a shocking example of dirty development, imposed on communities that really don’t want it. But CONCH (Communities Opposed to New Coal at Hunterston) is fighting back, challenging […]

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A public meeting to launch a community campaign against the proposed Hunterston Coal Fired Power Station in North Ayrshire near Largs will happen on Monday 27th July, 7.30pm in the Clark Memorial Church Hall, Bath Street, Largs.

Following the announcement last year that DONG energy, the Danish energy company, wants to build a £3 billion, 1,600 Mega Watt coal-fired power station at Hunterston in North Ayrshire on the Scottish West Coast, more information about the project has recently emerged – but it only gets more confusing. research

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This article has been taken from Scotland Against New Coal’s website (thanks SANC!) http://sancnews.wordpress.com/: Banned in Denmark but OK here? What would you do if you wanted to test carbon capture technology on dirty old coal but couldn’t do it in your own country? Yes, try it here in Scotland! According to an article in […]

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