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Cornwall Insight Green Certificates survey: REGO rising

Cornwall Insight Green Certificates survey: REGO rising

Cornwall Insight Green Certificates survey: REGO rising: Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGOs) have recovered slightly from the fall that occurred due to COVID-19, according to the latest results from Cornwall Insight’s Green Certificates survey. In fact, the survey has seen a 15% and 14% rise in reported average REGO values for Fuel Mix Disclosure…
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Approval for £300m Teesside waste to energy firm

Approval for £300m Teesside waste to energy firm: Designs to establish a low carbon waste to energy establishment at Teesside, evaluated to cost a sum of £300 million, have been granted the go-ahead. The subsidy-free Redcar Energy Centre, scheduled for accomplishment in 2025, is predicted to redirect between 350,000 tonnes & 450,000 tonnes of waste…
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Cardiff waste-to-energy plant to warm homes

Cardiff waste-to-energy plant to warm homes: A waste-to-energy facility will soon be heating households in Cardiff. An energy recovery facility to businesses and homes in Cardiff, has secured £15 million to begin the first phase of works for a new £26.5 million district heating network, which will use underground pipes to transport heat. The new…
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Norfolk County Council approve waste-to-energy project

Norfolk County Council approve waste-to-energy project: A new waste-to-energy project in the Norfolk County Council loal authority area is set to get approval, which potentially could save £2 million every year. Waste management company Veolia will be awarded a six-year contract to treat 108,000 tonnes of waste worth £102 million. The development is expected to…
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