Cottam is a coal-fired power station near Retford in Nottinghamshire, capable of generating enough electricity for approximately 7.5 million UK homes.
Units: 4 Units and 4 turbines
Total supply to the national grid: 2000MW
Construction: 1966 and fully operational in 1969
People: Approximately 220 EDF Energy employees and around 175 contract partners
As part of their ongoing commitment to saving energy, the station has retro-fitted x 96, 150W HID lamps in their turbine room replacing 400W HID lamps, saving 24,000W per hour and giving a clear, clean, crisp working environment.