The development was designed to provide Bombardier, one of Northern Ireland’s largest employers and exporters, with a reliable and predictable source of energy. Costing £107m, the facility was financed through a pure equity structure involving Green Investment Bank, Equitix and P3P Partners. Due to come on line in quarter 1 2018, the plant will be Northern Ireland’s first large scale waste to energy facility.
Having access to a locally based point of energy recovery allows RiverRidge to offer its customers an even higher level of confidence that its waste is being treated in an environmentally sound manner and with the smallest possible carbon footprint.
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