Next phase begins at 4.8MW waste wood to energy plant
Padd Energy has been advising Hyosung Corporation on a new Combined Heat and Power (CHP) plant in the Midlands for the last 18 months and we have recently been appointed to complete a number of further tasks as this exciting project progresses.
The 4.8MW waste wood CHP plant has seen us work closely with the owners to meet their obligations around UK power plant legislation.
Most recently we have been commissioned to undertake the environmental permit application for the 4.8MW CHP waste wood to energy project. This has been complicated by the fact that the CHP plant is already part built which means it has been necessary to work with the mechanical process present on site whilst meeting the environmental guidelines under the Waste Incineration Directive for a waste CHPQA plant.
The environmental assessments have included air dispersion modelling, noise assessments and other environmental compliance work. We have also been appointed to advise on the sale of the plant.
We have developed an excellent working relationship with Hyosung Corporation since starting work on the scheme and we are pleased to have been asked to support the owners as they prepare to complete the project and sell it.
We will be introducing Hyosung to potential buyers and providing technical information and data to support any transaction once a sale is agreed.