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Reform Energy Plc (Reform) is planning to build an EfW plant in Fleetwood, Lancashire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of an EfW plant with a capacity to generate 10MW of electricity and up to 24MW of heat using around 80,000 tonnes of recovered commercial waste material as fuel.
It includes the construction of processing units, a powerhouse, storage facilities and related infrastructure, the installation of turbines and equipment.
In December 2011, Reform received planning permission from Lancashire County Council.
Valmet Corporation was awarded a contract to provide combined heat and power technology for the project.
In February 2015, Reform received a conditional offer for US$3.8 million grant through the Regional Growth Fund to create infrastructure for the project.
In April 2016, new plans regarding the renewable energy plant were submitted by Reform. The new plans include the addition of the latest technology and are expected to go before the council.
The plant is scheduled to be operational in 2018.
Stakeholder Information: Planning Authority: Lancashire County Council Technology Contract (Combined Heat and Power): Valmet Corporation
The project involves the construction of an energy-from-waste (EfW) plant with a capacity to generate 10MW of electricity and up to 24MW of heat in Fleetwood, Lancashire, the UK.