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Eccleshall (Biomass , Active)

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Location in the UK : Wales, Raleigh Hall, Stafford, ST21 6JL    
Type of installation: Biomass    on/offshore: on
Turbines :1  Capacity : 2.6 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: October 2007

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Eccleshall Biomass Limited: At the centre of this groundbreaking project is a 2.6 megawatt generator, fuelled by the energy crop "miscanthus", other energy crops and clean wood chip. The plant saves 1 tonne per hour of CO2 which would be emitted generating electricity from fossil fuel. Miscanthus is a non-invasive, sterile, perennial grass. It will be grown and harvested on local farms within a 25 mile radius of the Eccleshall Biomass Plant.

Residues from the plant will be in the form of ash at approx 1,100 tonnes per year (5% of fuel input) This will be used as fertiliser and spread on local farms.
RTB: Raleigh Hall / Talbotts Biomass Energy / BiEcc Ltd

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Project Info
Green plant to power up: ECCLESHALL
WORK on a green power plant is set to be completed within months. (2007)

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