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 General Information.

Location in the UK : England, NG34 9GH    
Type of installation: Biomass    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 40 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: November 2014

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Sleaford straw-fired plant had first fire test in October of 2013, and is planned to enter full operations in 2014.

The plant will generate 40MWe using proven, efficient technology specifically designed for the clean combustion of straw.

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Project Info
SLEAFORD Renewable Energy Plant

Two solar farms covering 260 acres planned for SLEAFORD
he proposed farm at Scopwick will be part of the Blankney Estate and will reportedly have a generating capacity of up to 50MW. A presentation was made for the proposed Deepdale Solar Park to Leasingham Parish Council on Tuesday.

New straw energy plant gets all fired up
The SLEAFORD Renewable Energy Plant, owned and built by Eco2 Lincs, has just undergone its ‘hot commissioning’ cycle over the last six weeks, venting high pressure steam to clean out the pipes.

Eco2 SLEAFORD renewable energy plant newsletter published 10.12.07

Eco2 SLEAFORD

©2017 Simon Mallett

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©2017 Simon Mallett