Barr – Killoch Energy Recovery Park 37 MW – East Ayrshire - Project Profile
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Barr Holdings Ltd (Barr) is planning to undertake the construction of a waste-to-energy power plant in East Ayrshire, Scotland, the UK.
The project involves the construction of waste-to-energy power plant with a capacity to handle 120,000 tonnes of residual household waste every year. It will create 85,000 tonnes of refuse derived fuel to generate 12MW of electricity and 25MW of heat.
The project includes the construction of a material recovery facility, an energy recovery gasification facility, cooling tower, a chimney, a substation, ash collector unit, storage tanks and related infrastructure, the installation of equipment, and the laying of transmission lines.
Wardell Armstrong has been appointed as a planning consultant.
On May 29, 2015, Barr submitted a development application to East Ayrshire Council.
Barr is waiting for approvals from the East Ayrshire Council.
The project involves the construction of waste-to-energy power plant with a capacity to handle 120,000 tonnes of residual household waste every year to generate 12MW of electricity and 25MW of heat in Ochiltree, East Ayrshire, Scotland, the UK.
The US$82 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a material recovery facility
2. Construction of an energy recovery gasification facility
3. Construction of a substation
4. Construction of storage tanks
5. Construction of ash collector units
6. Construction of related infrastructure
7. Installation of generators
8. Laying of transmission lines
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