21. Februar 2024 | MVV

MVV Secures Development Consent for Medworth Project

The Secretary of State for Energy Security and Net Zero has announced (on Tuesday, 20th February) that Medworth CHP Ltd should be granted consent to construct and operate an Energy from Waste Combined Heat and Power (EfW CHP) Facility on the industrial estate at Algores Way, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

The Medworth EfW CHP Facility will recover useful energy in the form of electricity and steam from over half a million tonnes of non-recyclable municipal (household), commercial and industrial waste each year. It has a generating capacity of over 50 megawatts; the steam and electricity can be used locally and excess electricity will be exported to the grid.

MVV’s Managing Director, Paul Carey, said, “We look forward to going ahead with this project, in accordance with the requirements of the Development Consent Order. We want to assure the local community that we will be a good neighbour as we build and operate the new facility, as we have already demonstrated at our facilities in Plymouth and Dundee.”

Press queries may be directed to Paul Carey, Managing Director, on 07768 842715.


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