British utility SSE will start to reveal power plant outage data for stations with flue accessories that are larger than 100 megawatts.
This initiative will begin from December 28th in adherence with the European Union-wide regulation regarding energy market transparency. The legislation hopes to prevent insider trading and market abuse in the energy markets.
In a statement, the firm said: "SSE will disclose publicly data for planned or unplanned outages affecting its wholly-owned power plant for units of more than 100 megawatts in capacity, including the reason for the outage and its expected duration."
SSE has established itself as the UK's second-largest power producer, claiming an ownership interest in over 100 thermal and renewable energy power plants.
This news comes after South Dorset MP Richard Drax launched the biomass heating system at the Olympic Sailing Village.
Mr Drax cut the ribbon in front of the new wood pellet boilers at the £13 million Officers Field housing development in Portland.