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There are many reasons for RWPL to become profitable.
RWPL uses circulating fluidised bed combustion (CFBC) technology, which allows the use of lignite, a low-calorific coal with high sulphur and moisture levels.
In 2011/12 and 2012/13, RWPL's plant load factor (PLF), which determines a plant's performance, fell to below the 80 per cent level due to low demand from utilities, says Abhinav Sharma, Analyst with HDFC Securities.
"If Chris McSorley had offered the figure quoted in the question (pounds 300,000), RWPL would have seriously considered that deal based on keeping hockey alive in Cardiff."
Swansea businessman Brian Candy still insists he is the '100 per cent owner' of RWPL, but he wasn't involved in talks with Chris McSorley, who was taken to Phillips' home for negotiations and later met the brothers at the Marriott Hotel.
Candy told a public forum of Cardiff Devils fans that if he left RWPL or the ice hockey team folded then the company would revert to Phillips.
They are not willing to rent ice time from RWPL, while other potential investors will not become involved unless the lease is available.
Peter Curtis, an advisor to RWPL, has said the price will be pounds 500,000, although McSorley would not confirm what figure had been talked about.
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