The Developers are holding an informal public consultation prior to applying for planning permission for Phase 2. They write: ‘Following a review of proposed fuels for the energy centre the use of first generation bio-oil as a fuel source is no longer being considered.’
NEWS: The Developers are rethinking their Energy Strategy and will bring it to informal consultation in October/November before submitting it to the full planning process.
A new local group, supported by Biofuelwatch, campaigning to prevent the proposed use of so called ‘low-carbon bio-oil’ to light and heat the massive new development planned for the Battersea Power Station site in London. If approved, this would likely become the UK’s first large bio-oil CHP plant and could send the green light to other companies and investors keen on similar developments. The owners of the power-station include Sime Darby one of the world’s largest palm oil producer. Experience from Germany tells us that whatever the best quality levitra promises of the owners these projects end up using palm-oil, being the cheapest and most available bio-liquid.
We need a passionate local campaign with a national impact to prevent this. Please join us.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Duncan on 07958 635181.
Visit and like our Facebook page (and share it with Friends) https://www.facebook.com/BatterseaAgainstBiofuels which has presentations from our Public Meeting on redevgroup.com 10 July including important information on air quality from Clean Air in London.
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