At Dorothy Thompson's farewell party, there will probably be many speeches about the historic significance of her time as the first female CEO of Drax. And the focus will likely not be directed at her gender, but instead that she managed to transition the company from being a major coal consumer to a company largely based on biomass.
Drax, which owns the largest power plant in the UK, has distanced itself dramatically from coal under her leadership and now concentrates on renewable energy.
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