Owners of Kilroot power station near Carrickfergus on Belfast Lough are planning a £600m investment to increase lower carbon generation at the site.
As BBC News reports, it includes an existing plan to convert Kilroot from coal-fired to gas-fired. (See Afloat's coal ship-supply 'within the lough' story and more recent coverage here)
EPUKI propose adding solar generation, battery storage and a multi-fuel combined heat and power facility.
The company said it intended to maintain Kilroot as "one of the prime and core indigenous electricity generation sites in Northern Ireland".
The future of the County Antrim power plant had been uncertain in recent years.
More here on this development from the northern shore of the Lough.