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Brigg Biomass Energy

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Brigg (Biomass , Active)

 General Information.

Location in the UK : Scotland, Lincolnshire    
Type of installation: Biomass    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 40 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation:

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 Comment

This plant has been refused planning permission and is subject to a public inquiry sometime in 2011.

Brigg Renewable Energy Project: Will use straw, sourced from local farms, to generate some 300 million units of electricity annually, equivalent to the average needs of 65,000 households. The ash will be returned to the farms to be ploughed in as a fertilizer.
The generation of an estimated quarter of a million tonnes of carbon dioxide could be avoided each year.
While the soil conditioning aspect of straw being ploughed back into the soil will be lost, the overall level of sustainability within this project is high, however there will be a high volume of lorry traffic created by this scheme, apparently an alternative, being the use of barges has been dismissed.
An application for planning permission to build Brigg Renewable Energy Plant was first submitted in 2008. After consultation, these plans were withdrawn to allow Eco2 to reconsider its proposals for dealing with flood risk at the site.

Eco2 re-submitted a planning application which has taken into account Environment Agency concerns surrounding flood mitigation. The new plans included flood plain compensation and a surface water storage system that are designed specifically for the Brigg REP site. If the plans go ahead, the scheme would reduce the extent of flooding in the local area.

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Project Info
Fears over green power plant plan
(2008)Plans for a "green" power station near BRIGG in North Lincolnshire have sparked protests from local residents.

STRAW POLL IS ALL WE CAN OFFER
(Feb 2010) It was good of the Scunthorpe Telegraph to inform us this week that the BRIGG Biomass power plant scheme has been amended and re-submitted for council consideration.

Planning Application (Resubmission)
This page contains a listing of every document that formed part of the BRIGG planning application pack. The document comprised four volumes:

Cameron backs BRIGG biomass plant
(2008) Conservative Party leader David Cameron MP said he supported a planned biomass in BRIGG, when he attended a special public meeting last night.

Anti-biomass campaign banner stolen
(2009) CAMPAIGNERS who are fighting to block Eco2's plans to build the BRIGG biomass plant say they are not going to give up despite having all of their banners removed.

©2018 Simon Mallett
Latest News Added
New 22-turbine Highlands wind farm to generate 9m a year in community benefits
The Scot-Govt. has given the planning go-ahead to construction of the 22 turbine Creag Riabhach farm on the Altnaharra Estate, near Lairg, in the North Highlands.
Source: scottishenergynews, Date and Time of entry: 26 November 2020 00:00

Planning Committee Report LA01/2018/1151/F
Proposed amendment to the overall tip height of the consented Evishagaran Wind Farm (B/2013/0120/F / 2014/A0169) to a maximum tip height of 140m;
Date and Time of entry: 26 November 2020 00:00

Turbines going up at 35m wind farm
INVERCLYDE'S skyline is changing as the first of eight massive wind turbines is installed in the hills above Greenock.
Source: greenocktelegraph, Date and Time of entry: 25 November 2020 00:00

MASSIVE Blades For Inverclyde Windfarm Turbines Start Arriving
THE first convoys carrying huge turbine blades for a windfarm being built in the hills near Greenock travelled to the area today (Tuesday). Two trucks escorted by police motorbikes travelled to the site from King George V Dock in Glasgow.
Date and Time of entry: 25 November 2020 00:00

The next frontier of wind power
A new report starkly sets out the shortcomings of Britain's role in the supply chain, while other countries surge ahead. It recommends government action to back the industry, and to counteract the risks from Brexit.
Source: bbc, Date and Time of entry: 25 November 2020 00:00

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