§ Mr. Ross
Hunterston A will be the only nuclear power station owned by the Scottish Electricity Boards operating in 1969–72. The cost per unit sent out from that station in 1968–69 was 1.055d. The slurry burning station at Methil is likely to be the coal-fired station producing the cheapest electricity in 1969; its unit cost in 1968–69 was 0.619d. The coal-fired station producing the cheapest electricity in 1970–72 is expected to be Longannet, with an estimated unit cost of 0.60d. per unit.