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Peel Energy Showcases its Proposed Manchester Biomass Plant

Peel Energy has unveiled plans for its Manchester Biomass Plant. The company is planning to build its new 20MW biomass-fuelled plant along the banks belonging to the Manchester Ship Canal.

This information has been disclosed by Peel Energy which forms a part of the Peel Group, the firm located in England for property and holdings.

The Barton Renewable Energy Plant will have its location at Trafford, Greater Manchester. This plant will be primarily fuelled by biomass that has its sourcing from energy crops, forestry residues, agricultural residues and recycled wood. The plant will be generating renewable electricity that is equivalent to powering around 37,000 homes and also help in offsetting CO2 emissions to the extent of 75,000 tonnes every year.


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