Peel – South Clyde Energy Center 24 MW – Scotland - Project Profile
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Peel Environmental Ltd (Peel) is undertaking the development of South Clyde Energy Center project on Bogmoor Road, Glasgow, Scotland, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a waste to energy plant with a capacity to generate 24MW of electricity for the national grid.
The project includes the construction of a recyclables sorting facility, recovery facility, storage facility, processing plants, and related facilities.
Fletcher Rae Architects has been appointed as the design contractor; and Axis P.E.D. Ltd as planning consultant.
In December 2012, Peel received planning approval from the Glasgow City Council for development of project.
The project involves the construction of a waste to energy plant with a capacity to generate 24MW of electricity in Glasgow, the UK.
The US$225 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of 24MW power generating station
2. Construction of a recyclables sorting facility
3. Construction of a recovery facility
4. Construction of storage facility
5. Construction of processing plants
6. Construction of substation
7. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy