EP UK Investment succeeded in the latest T-4 capacity market auction

15. 2. 2021

Following the publication of the results of the latest All Island T-4 2024/25 capacity auction for the Single Electricity Market, it has been confirmed that EP Ballylumford has been awarded contracts for its existing CCGT and OCGT units.

In addition, EP Kilroot secured a contract for new capacity associated with a second new OCGT unit at Kilroot power station. Both new Kilroot OCGT units are expected to have a combined installed capacity of over 600 MW and will significantly contribute to a decrease of CO2 emissions at the site.

EP UK Investments Ltd (EPUKI) is 100 % owned subsidiary of EP Power Europe, a.s. (EPPE), 100 % subsidiary of Energetický a průmyslový holding, a.s. (EPH).

A spokesperson for EPUKI commented:

“We are delighted that we have been successful in the most recent T-4 auction ensuring that we can continue to make our contribution to security of supply for Northern Ireland and beyond.  The results also further consolidate our plans to develop the Kilroot Energy Park including a range of lower carbon and renewable technologies on the Kilroot site. The new flexible open cycle units will support the transition towards low carbon policy targets as well as protecting security and stability of supply for Northern Ireland through the continuation of indigenous, dispatchable and flexible generation.’’