Viridor Working in Partnership with E.ON
Mar 25 2013
Viridor’s (UK) Energy from Waste plant on Trident Park is being built with the ability to supply a renewable energy district heating system for Cardiff that will be the first of its kind in Wales.
The realisation of that heating system took a step closer recently, when Viridor confirmed that it is working in partnership with E.ON and Cardiff Council to explore this initiative and make it a reality for buildings in Central Cardiff areas to receive non-fossil fuel, green energy that can be used for heating or cooling.
Chris Jonas, Viridor’s Head of Strategic Development said “Whilst these are early stages, we are very pleased to be working in partnership with E.ON and Cardiff Council to explore this innovative solution. In addition to the 30MW of electricity the facility will generate, enough to supply the equivalent of up to 50,000 homes, the heat and high-grade steam to support a district heating network will add an additional 20MW to the plant’s energy output”.
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