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Tilbury Green Power (TGP): a wholly owned subsidiary of Express Energy, given the green light by Ed Miliband, Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, under Section 36 of the Electricity Act 1989, for its plans to generate electricity from biomass on a vacant site on Tilbury Docks.
Tilbury (Biomass , Active) Location in the UK : Wales, Tilbury Docks, Essex
Type of installation: Biomass on/offshore: on
Turbines :0 Capacity : 60 MW
Approx Date of 1st power generation: 2012
Wood Chippings and Waste Wood.
Care needs to be taken in bulk wood / pellet storage where multiple thousand tonnes are stored together. As with massive straw / hay storage, there is a risk of spontaneous combustion, in particular where there is a risk of the stored fuel getting damp.
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Solar farm proposed for TILBURY
PROPOSED solar farm comprising the installation of arrays of PV panels, central inverters, underground cabling, etc, together with construction of internal access roads. Site 1 Land South Of Marshfoot Road And West Of St Chads Road, TILBURY.
TILBURY's huge biomass power station to shut with 220 jobs lost
The largest biomass electric power generating station in Europe is to close with the loss of 220 jobs w. The plant on the River Thames at TILBURY in Essex was converted from coal to wood pellet and waste oil fuel.
Port of TILBURY onshore wind farm
SSE Renewables, in partnership with the Port of TILBURY, has developed a four turbine wind farm, located at TILBURY Port in Essex.
RWE to Decide on Spending Needed to Keep U.K. Plant Open in 2012
Renewable power incentives will “give us the indication” on upgrades to TILBURY station needed to meet European emission rules, after it was converted to biomass from coal last year, RWE Npower Plc Chief Executive Officer Volker Beckers said.
RWE seeks to extend life of biomass-converted UK coal plant
The British unit of German utility RWE on Wednesday submitted applications for permits to allow its TILBURY coal-fired power plant, which it has turned into a biomass station, run beyond a closure date set by EU environmental law.
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New 22-turbine Highlands wind farm to generate £9m a year in community benefits
The Scot-Govt. has given the planning go-ahead to construction of the 22 turbine Creag Riabhach farm on the Altnaharra Estate, near Lairg, in the North Highlands.
Source: scottishenergynews, Date and Time of entry: 26 November 2020 00:00
Planning Committee Report LA01/2018/1151/F
Proposed amendment to the overall tip height of the consented
Evishagaran Wind Farm (B/2013/0120/F / 2014/A0169) to a
maximum tip height of 140m;
Date and Time of entry: 26 November 2020 00:00
Turbines going up at £35m wind farm
INVERCLYDE'S skyline is changing as the first of eight massive wind turbines is installed in the hills above Greenock.
Source: greenocktelegraph, Date and Time of entry: 25 November 2020 00:00
MASSIVE Blades For Inverclyde Windfarm Turbines Start Arriving
THE first convoys carrying huge turbine blades for a windfarm being built in the hills near Greenock travelled to the area today (Tuesday).
Two trucks escorted by police motorbikes travelled to the site from King George V Dock in Glasgow.
Date and Time of entry: 25 November 2020 00:00
The next frontier of wind power
A new report starkly sets out the shortcomings of Britain's role in the supply chain, while other countries surge ahead. It recommends government action to back the industry, and to counteract the risks from Brexit.
Source: bbc, Date and Time of entry: 25 November 2020 00:00