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Ratcliffe Selective Catalytic Reduction Project – Nottingham – Planning Management & Project Controls

The UK’s first £250 million selective catalytic reduction system at a large coal fired power plant at E.On’s 4 x 500 MWe Ratcliffe power plant. Modifications to the existing plant include boiler integration, ID replacement fan, economiser adaptation and installation of two ammonia tanks (capable of storing a total of 170-190 tonnes of anhydrous ammonia). […]

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TUROW Coal Fired Power Station – Southern Poland

The project will involve building a lignite-coal fired unit in Turow with a power capacity of 430-450 MW, and a minimum efficiency of 41.5%. The undertaking is estimated to be worth PLN 2.5bn (€610.4m) and the facility is to be ready by 2017.   PGE, in response to a request from Alstom, has put back […]

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Newport Docks Biomass Power Plant – Nevis

Carron Energy is planning the development of Nevis Power, a 50MW Biomass plant at Newport Docks. The plant The company intends to develop and install, commission and operate a green power plant using renewable fuel (biomass) capable of supplying electricity to around 50,000 homes in the Newport area. The plant will generate 50MW and will […]

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Kirkstall Forge Station ‘’Leeds’’

The station is due to form part of a village-style development at Kirkstall Forge comprising more than 1,000 homes and 300,000 sq ft of office space. Government ministers agreed to plough £10.3m into the station element of the 56-acre scheme in late 2011. Joshua Thomas & Partners are currently undertaking the design co-ordination and management […]

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James Cook University Hospital Rail Halt

Plans for the construction of a new rail halt at The James Cook University Hospital have been approved by Middlesbrough Council’s planning committee. The 113m halt will be to the south of the hospital next to the existing blue footbridge which currently serves the hospital and the Park End and Berwick Hills estates. The existing […]

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Drumashangle Energy From Waste Project

Covanta plans to build a CHP facility at Green Hills, which is located to the north east of Airdrie. It would comprise of a 300,000 tonnes-per-annum capacity energy-from-waste (EfW) incinerator and a 350,000 tpa capacity materials recovery facility (MRF). The EfW facility will generate 21MW of electricity and 21MW of thermal energy for use in […]

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B6 Demolition – Sellafield

Following the decision taken by the British government in January 1947 to develop nuclear weapons, Sellafield was chosen as the location of the plutonium production plant, with the initial fuel loading into the Windscale Piles commencing in July 1950. By July 1952 the separation plant was being used to separate plutonium and uranium from spent […]

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Apperley Bridge Railway Station

A planned railway station for Apperley Bridge is a step closer after a preferred contractor was chosen in April 2012.   The development is outlined in a report to the West Yorkshire Integrated Transport Authority. Some advance work is expected to be carried out at Apperley Bridge in October 2013 near the proposed junction. The detailed […]

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