CEP – Gortadroma Waste to Energy Plant 40 MW – Ireland - Project Profile
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Cadence EnviroPower, LLC (CEP), a special purpose company formed by the joint venture of EnviroPower Renewable, Inc., Cadence Infrastructure and Liltaz Ltd, is planning to construct a power plant in Limerick, Munster, Ireland.
The project involves the construction of a 40MW waste-to-energy plant with a waste processing capacity of 2,000 Tonnes Per Day (TPD) on 8.09ha of land.
The project includes the construction of sorting facilities, processing units, a powerhouse, a substation and other related facilities, the installation of machinery, and the laying of transmission lines.
In August 2014, CEP submitted the winning bid for the the project in an open international competition. CEP will design, build, fund and operate (DBFO) the project.
Limerick City and County Council has entered into a conditional lease with CEP which includes that if the project were to proceed, CEP should pay the council US$4.5 million per year in rent, as well as a contribution of US$112,785 per year to a community fund.
As of November 2015, the project is facing apposition from the local residents.
On February 25, 2016, a public meeting was held in which local residents have opposed the project.
In November 2016, the project is facing apposition from local opposition group Residents Against Gasification in our Environment (RAGE), citing environmental issues.
On February 5, 2017, CEP lodged a pre-planning approval for the project.
Planning activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 40MW waste-to-energy plant with a waste processing capacity of 2,000TPD on 8.09ha of land in Limerick, Ireland.
The US$188 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of sorting facilities
2. Construction of processing units
3. Construction of a powerhouse
4. Construction of a substation
5. Construction of related facilities
6. Installation of safety systems
7. Installation of machinery
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