A feasibility study by Summit Power into its 1.3GW Caledonia Clean Energy Project has found it could be built by the early 2020s with a strike price of £80-£90/MWh (in 2012 money). The gas-fired power station would be able to provide a range of grid services including voltage control, frequency response and black start capability. Project Director Stephen Kerr, commented: “It’s clear there can’t be any more unabated gas in the UK if we hope to meet climate targets. It’s also clear that we need the flexibility and resilience that the Caledonia plant offers, and which can be delivered at a much lower cost than previously thought possible.”