CIP commissions biomass plant in the UK

Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners has just commissioned a biomass-fired power plant in the UK. The facility's construction was more difficult than anticipated, says CIP partner.

Foto: Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners | Photo: Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners

Danish developer Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is now able supply biomass-fired electricity from its newly completed Templeborough Biomass Power Plant to around 78,00 South Yorkshire households near Rotherham, CIP announced in a press statement Friday.

The new plant is owned through CIP's CI II fund, established in 2015. The fund has invested approximately GBP 160 million in the 42 MW facility, which reportedly is able to displace 150,000 tons of CO2 per year.

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