China Western Power wins £346m contract to build energy-from-waste plant in UK

WCN Editorial Team 12 Oct 2017 EUROPE ENERGY & UTILITIES

China Western Power has been awarded an engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning (EPCC) contract by Peterborough Green Energy, a UK-based subsidiary of KNM Group, to construct an energy-from-waste power plant in the UK.

The scope of the MYR1.9bn (£346m) contract includes installation of 36MW energy from waste (EfW) power plant for its Peterborough Green Energy Project in the UK.

The project will be executed over a period of 37 months from the commencement date of the construction. Work on the project is scheduled to commence in the first quarter of 2018.

In a statement KNM Group said: “Upon successful completion and commissioning of the plant, the Project is expected to yield positive returns in line with KNM’s long term strategic direction of generating sustainable and recurring income streams from its renewable energy businesses for KNM Group.”

KNM's core business comprises process equipment manufacturing, provision of integrated solutions, project management, engineering, and construction services for the renewable energy, power, utilities, refining and petrochemical industries.

China Western Power is engaged in the manufacturing and exporting large scale boilers, auxiliary equipment.

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