Didcot B power station has started generating electricity again.
It follows a major fire in three cooling towers that forced part of the plant to shut-down last week.
The station is expected to produce around half its normal capacity.
It's been announced that the famous cooling towers at the Didcot power plant will be demolished at the end of July.
Explosives will be used to bring the three towers down early on Sunday July the 27th. It will take less than a minute.
This is the first part of the demolition of the Didcot A Power Station which has been part of the landscape for more than 42 years.
Past and present managers will be there when the station generates it's last mega watt of electricity. The site will be closed at the end of this month but it could take several years to demolish the site.
They've been a feature of Oxfordshire's skyline for four decades, but today the iconic cooling towers at Didcot A Power Station will be powered down. The site will close at the end of this month but it could take several years to demolish.