BWSC lands big contract for unsubsidized UK waste-to-energy plant

The Danish contractor has been selected to build a gasification facility that will be the first unsubsidized power plant of its kind in the UK.

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Danish Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor has been awarded with a large contract to construct waste-to-energy plant Hooton Bio Power Resource Recovery Centre in the UK. The contract also includes a 15-year operation and service contract.

Developer CoGen is behind the power plant, which will be be the first zero-subsidy gasification facility in the UK – it will also be the first of its kind in the country in terms of technology, according to a press statement.

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