CIP takes FID on London waste-to-energy plant

SSE and CIP make their final investment decision worth almost a half-billion sterling on a British energy-from-waste incinerator.

SSE already operates a series of waste-to-energy facilities such as the 68-MWFerrybridge Multifuel 1 plant. | Photo: SSE

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) continues its forceful march into the arena of British waste-to-energy operations.

The Danish infrastructure fund and Scottish utility partner SSE have made their final investment decision on the forthcoming energy-from-waste (EFW) plant, Slough Multifuel. CIP purchased a half stake in the project from the SSE Thermal, and now the partners have inked the finance agreement for the development.

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