Plans for energy recovery park expansion submitted to Planning Inspectorate

Plans for a 96 megawatt energy recovery park in London have been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate

Riverside Resource Recovery Facility
The existing Belvedere energy recovery park was commissioned in 2012

Plans for a 96 megawatt energy recovery park in London have been submitted to the Planning Inspectorate.

The Riverside Energy Park, owned by Cory Riverside Energy, requires a development consent order (DCO) under the nationally significant infrastructure project (NSIP) regime.

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