Gorgeous 11MW bioenergy plant in Leeds will sort 214,000 tons of waste each year

Categories: Homes / Dwellings

The plant, which is currently in testing phase, will incorporate several energy and water-saving features, rainwater collection and sustainable drainage systems. It is expected to produce 11MW of power, which will replace nuclear or coal. The company has “a pipeline of next-generation ideas in this space,” and its officials chose Leeds as the place where their circular economy-boosting initiatives will gather momentum.

+ Veolia / + S’pace Architects / Photos via S’pace Architects / by Lidija Grozdanic / via Inhabitat


  Page Turn  

Related articles in Homes / Dwellings