First images released of North Blyth biomass power plant

A GREEN power company has released the first images of a major new generating plant which is set to strengthen Northumberland's growing reputation as a leading centre for renewable energy.

Image of the 100 megawatt biomass power station planned at Battleship Wharf in North Blyth

A GREEN power company has released the first images of a major new generating plant which is set to strengthen Northumberland's growing reputation as a leading centre for renewable energy.

The 100 megawatt biomass power station – which would produce enough annual electricity to meet the needs of 170,000 homes – is planned at Battleship Wharf in North Blyth.

Now images of what the facility would look like are being revealed to local residents by developer Renewable Energy Systems at a series of public exhibitions.

They will be held today from noon to 5pm in Cambois Welfare Institute and tomorrow from 10am to 3pm in the Blyth Community Enterprise Centre.

Image of the 100 megawatt biomass power station planned at Battleship Wharf in North Blyth
 
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