Residents of Yaxley its surrounding area will now get their own say on plans to build a £200m gas-fired power station of the former Eye airfield.
Originally only five venues had been chosen for the public to have their say.
But now the developers have responded to requests by Yaxley people to have their own meeting.
This will be held on Monday between 4pm and 8pm at Yaxley Village hall.
The first meetings were held at Hoxne on Friday and Mellis on Saturday, with others at Park Hotel Diss on Monday and the Cornwallis Arms, Brome, on Tuesday.
Others will be held at Eye Community Centre today, Friday, between noon and 5.30pm and tomorrow from 9am to 1pm.
Progress Power in the last week has distributed a leaflet to more than 19,000 homes, civic organisations and businesses around the former Eye Airfield site area.
As a result of feedback there have been a number of significant changes to the project. Progress Power has chosen to underground the station’s electrical connection to the National Grid to avoid the need of overhead pylons.
Fifteen permanent jobs would be created and 150-200 during the two-three years’ construction.