Orthios/ABP – Port Talbot Biomass Power Plant 350 MW – UK - Project Profile
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Orthios Eco Parks Ltd (Orthios) in partnership with Associated British Ports (ABP) is planning to build a biomass power plant in the UK.
The project involves the construction of an energy center and an eco-park. It includes the construction of a 350MW biomass plant to produce 1.8 million tonnes of gas per year.
It will include the construction of an on-land fish growing facility, a large soil-less indoor vegetable growing facility, a biomass processing hub, a Combined Food and Power (CFP) Center of Excellence, research and development facilities, a deep water jetty for bulk import, and the installation of eight independent 60MW power modules, transformers, turbines and generators, and the laying of transmission lines.
McCormick Architecture Ltd has been appointed as engineering design consultant.
On October 20, 2015, SinoFortone Group signed an agreement to provide funds to implement the project.
As of February 2017, SinoFortone Group had failed to accumulate necessary funding for the project development.
The project involves the construction of a 350MW biomass power plant in Port Talbot, Wales, the UK.
The US$1,500 million project includes the following:
1. Construction an on-land fish growing facility
2. Construction of a large soil-less indoor vegetable growing facility
3. Construction of a biomass processing hub
4. Construction of a CFP Center of Excellence
5. Construction of research and development facilities
6. Construction of a deep water jetty for bulk import
7. Installation of eight independent 60MW power modules
8. Installation transformers, turbines and generators
9. Laying of transmission lines
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