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Kitchen Grease Powers London Sewage Works

Leftover grease and oil from restaurants will power a new combined heat and power (CHP) station at Beckton in East London.

The plant, developed and run by 2OC and financed by a consortium led by iCON Infrastructure, is set to produce 130 Gigawatt hours (GWh) a year of renewable electricity. Thames Water has agreed to buy 75 GWh of this output to run Beckton sewage works, which serves 3.5 million people, and the nearby desalination plant, which is operated in times of drought or other emergencies. The remaining power will be sold to the national energy grid.

Read more at Energy Manager Today.

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