Behind the scenes at Drax: How the power station is cleaning up its act

One of the major issues facing world leaders at the Cop26 climate change conference in Glasgow this week is how we ditch our dependence on fossil fuels.

Here in Yorkshire it's a problem they have been wrestling with at the huge Drax power station in Selby, which has been one of the biggest generators of dirty fuel for almost half a century. 

Bosses say they are well on the way to becoming carbon neutral by converting to a process that involves burning wood pellets instead of coal - but that's a claim disputed by some.

Katie Oscroft has been behind the scenes at Drax to find out about its efforts to clean up its act.