Planning was obtained in January 2017 for a 215,000 tonne per annum facility to provide a replacement CHP facility to support the Earls Gate Energy Centre (“EGEC”).
Beside providing a high quality residual waste solution built using the best available proven technology in the world, the heat and power generated by the plant will be used to support four different chemical operators in the Earls Gate site. The plant will be replacing an old gas fired plant. The heat and power off-take will make the Earls Gate plant one of the most efficient in the UK, helping to drive the shift from fossil fuels to heat and electricity from renewable sources.
CDD Ltd were appointed to undertake various aspects of RC detailing on this and other Efw’s. Teesside Energy from Waste plant (also known as Teesside WTE power station or Haverton Hill incinerator) is a municipal waste incinerator and waste-to-energy power station. Wilton Efw provides 29.2 megawatts(MW) of electricity for the National Grid by burning 390,000 […]