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Thetford (Biomass , Active)

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Location in the UK : England, Two Mile Bottom Thetford    
Type of installation: Biomass    on/offshore: on
Turbines :0  Capacity : 38.5 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: October 1998

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2007- Thetford, at 38.5MW, is the largest chicken litter fuelled plant in the world and is Europes largest biomass fuelled electricity generator.

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Project Info
THETFORD Power Station

Ingham: Solar farm applicant to defend plans at appeal
Gamma Solar Ltd wants to build a solar farm made up of 108,000 solar panels in land north-west of THETFORD Road, Ingham, but St Edmundsbury Borough Council’s development control committee threw out the scheme earlier this year.

Energy firm hopes to build Norfolk’s largest solar farm outside village
Reading-based firm Rethink Energy wants to build Norfolk’s biggest solar farm to the west of Bridgham, near THETFORD, at Hall Farm and Field Barn Farm.

Renewable energy plans for THETFORD
A PLANNING application for a renewable energy plant in THETFORD has been submitted to Norfolk County Council. Energy Power Recourses (EPR) unveiled proposals earlier this year for a second biomass power plant off the A134 near THETFORD, but many liv

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