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U.K. biomass plant project halted

March 10, 2014, London, England - Renewable energy developer RES has stopped a 300-million-pound ($500 million) project to build a biomass plant in Northumberland, northeast England, due to what it called inconsistent government subsidies.


March 10, 2014
By Reuters

March 10, 2014, London, England – Renewable energy developer
RES has stopped a 300-million-pound ($500 million) project to build a biomass
plant in Northumberland, northeast England, due to what it called inconsistent
government subsidies.

 

The 100-megawatt (MW) plant was to be built at the Port of
Blyth, creating 300 construction jobs and 50 operational jobs, RES said.

 

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The company received permission to build the project from
the government last year.

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