"We've achieved a lot so far and have a solid base upon which to build..." MD Fiona Macleod.
Formerly a site of heavy coal-fired industry in an area steeped in generations of mining history, the transformation at Northumberland’s Lynemouth Power Station over the last decade plus is nothing short of remarkable.
An opportunity has arisen within the maintenance department at Lynemouth Power Station for a Craftsperson with an Electrical bias to work within our onsite multi-disciplined maintenance teams. The successful candidate will carry out maintenance and repair of all plant and equipment relating to both electrical generation and fuel handling activities.
Lynemouth Power Station has joined other leading organisations from the global bioenergy industry in launching the ‘Glasgow Declaration on Sustainable Bioenergy’ during COP26 (10 November 2021).
Representatives of Lynemouth Power Station will be attending COP26, the UN’s Climate Change Conference of the Parties, taking place in Glasgow (31 October – 12 November 2021).
Fiona Macleod has been appointed as Managing Director of Lynemouth Power Station (Lynemouth Power Limited/LPL).
Lynemouth Power Station (Lynemouth Power Limited/LPL) has become part of a consortium of key North East businesses to back and show their full support for the North East England Freeport bid.
“The demand (and need) for renewable energy has never been so great with global climate change efforts over recent years forcing a major shift away from fossil fuel use.
Lynemouth Power Station (Lynemouth Power Limited or LPL) has been highly commended in this year’s British Renewable Energy Awards organised by the Association for Renewable Energy and Clean Technology (REA).
We’d like to say a huge big thank you to the fantastic pupils (and teachers) of Pegswood Primary School in Northumberland who have helped us to design our 2020 Christmas card.
Decarbonisation of the electricity grid has occurred faster in the UK than in other countries over the last decade according to a new report.
The Rt Hon Alok Sharma MP, Secretary of State for the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), has written to all energy sector employees thanking them for their efforts during the current COVID19 crisis.
Strong strategic partnerships with global and regional supply chain companies are boosting Lynemouth Power Station’s ability to provide maximum electricity output for UK homes and businesses during the Coronavirus outbreak.
Due to the difficulties now facing many individuals, families and local communities, Lynemouth Power Station has made donations totalling £4,000 to two separate Northumberland charities.
In light of the unfolding public health crisis regarding Coronavirus, Lynemouth Power Station has now actioned its business continuity plan and is following all government guidelines in relation to working practices.
Staff from Lynemouth Power Station have provided children from nearby Cambois Primary School in Northumberland with a surprise Christmas party as part of their festive celebrations and community relations activities.
Lynemouth Power Limited (LPL) has been named winner at the North East’s Top 200 event celebrating the very best of the region’s businesses.
Members of the public are once again being urged not to trespass on railway lines coming in and out of Lynemouth Power Station.
A big-hearted donation by one of South East Northumberland’s largest employers has enabled local football club, Bedlington Terriers FC, to provide its players, staff and visitors with rapid emergency response should it ever be needed.
"We've achieved a lot so far and have a solid base upon which to build..." MD Fiona Macleod. Home » Media LPL asks local charitable causes to get in touch Lynemouth Power Station is asking members of the local community to get in touch and nominate a worthwhile cause that could benefit from a variety [...]
A community donation by Lynemouth Power Station has been warmly received by organisers of this year’s Newbiggin Kite Festival taking place over the Easter bank holiday weekend (Saturday 20 – Sunday 21 April 2019).
Watch documented video footage of the conversion process, from coal-fired electricity generation to biomass, including the construction of new onsite silos to the development of warehouse handling facilities at the Port of Tyne.
As we embark on a new chapter at LPL converting from a coal-fired power station to biomass electricity production, we look at years gone by and key moments in our history.
Analysis from UK-based website, Carbon Brief, has found that electricity generation in the UK has fallen to its lowest level since 1994, whilst simultaneously, renewable energy electricity generation soared to a record high accounting for 33% in 2018.
Lynemouth Power Station is reminding local residents to adhere to heightened safety warnings and not trespass on railway lines coming in and out of the plant now that thousands of tonnes of biomass fuel is being transported to the power station for electricity production.
Following a recent ISO14001:2015/ISO:50001:2011 audit, we’re pleased to announce that LPL has been recommended for recertification to both standards with no non-conformances raised.