Enfinium plans £800m CCUS facility at UK Ferrybridge plants

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British waste to energy (wte) plant operator Enfinium announced on Monday that it plans to invest up to £800m (ca. €933m) for carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology at the Ferrybridge multifuel plants in West Yorkshire. The system would be operational from 2030 and capture 1.2 million tonnes of carbon dioxide from the complex's emissions annually, the company said. The proposals will be put forward for grant support from the UK government. Planning and consenting for the site are to move forward in 2024, according to the plant operator.

Enfinium's Ferrybridge Multifuel 1 & 2 energy from waste (EfW) plants in Northern England have a combined treatment capacity of up to 1.45 million tonnes per year. They can be fired with municipal waste, commercial waste and substitute fuels from biomass....

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