Workers break ground on £140m biomass plant at science park in Kent

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Workers break ground on £140m biomass plant at science park in Kent

Facility is expected to generate enough low-carbon power and heat needed for the Discovery Park's 130 resident businesses

Work had begun this week on a new £140m biomass plant at a science and technology business park in Kent. The plant is being developed by power plant contractors BWSC, and is expected to take around...

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