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Location in the UK : England, Siddick, Workington    
Type of installation: Biomass    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 134 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: February 2013

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Dedicated Biomass CHP Rated 49.9 MWe Biomass Input 147 MW Boiler Output 134 MW Commissioning to commence Dec 2012 Expected to reach full capacity April 2013 Replacing 40 MWe Gas Fired CHP

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Project Info
Biomass Combined Heat and Power Plant

IGGESUND Biomass

Invite to supply biomass to IGGESUND

TURBINE PLAN FOR WORKINGTON FACTORY
IGGESUND Paperboard has applied for council permission to erect the turbines at its Siddick plant. But Allerdale council’s new policy calls for a distance of at least 800 metres between new turbines and homes.

IGGESUND invites farmers to its mill to hear about biomass plans
IGGESUND is inviting farmers to its Cumbrian mill to encourage them to grow energy crops to supply a new £108 biomass plant.

©2017 Simon Mallett

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