Thames Water keep emergency drought plant SHUT ‘because it costs too much to run in electricity’

A £250million emergency drought plant constructed by Thames Water may have been shut down because ‘of the cost of electricity on it’, a local MP has claimed. 

The Beckton desalination plant in east London was promised as a major reserve of potable water to cope with drier UK summers – but in a summer that has already seen the hottest temperatures ever recorded, it is out of use.

Desalination plants turn seawater into fresh water using a process called reverse osmosis and is…

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