Vattenfall plots district heating network powered by London waste

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Cory Riverside Energy's waste to energy plant in South East London | Credit: Marathon

Swedish energy giant strikes deal to tap waste heat generated at contentious London waste-to-energy plant and pipe it to 10,500 homes

Commercial and household rubbish could soon be heating tens of thousands of homes in South East London, thanks to a new partnership announced today between Swedish energy giant Vattenfall and the owner...

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