Great Island power station to be out of action for four months
The 460MW gas-powered plant was switched off earlier this month after a turbine fault
One of the largest power stations in the country went offline after an unexpected fault earlier this month, and will be not begin delivering electricity to the grid again for another three months.
The 460 megawatt (MW) Great Island power station, located on the shores of Waterford Harbour, was switched off suddenly at the beginning of March due to a fault in the turbines powering it.
The gas-powered station will now undergo repair works, but ...