Wendy Morton MP met with energy experts from Kew Technology and the ETI to discuss the 1.5MWe Waste Gasification Commercial Demonstration Plant
Aldridge-based Kew Technology, in partnership with the Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has developed the UK’s first municipal waste gasification plant which can be used to produce clean electricity, heat, hydrogen and liquid fuels from waste.
Wendy Morton MP met with energy experts from Kew Technology and the ETI to discuss the 1.5MWe Waste Gasification Commercial Demonstration Plant, built at the Sustainable Energy Centre. The plant is cleaner, more efficient and more compact than many other energy from waste designs and could be suitable for providing heat and power to factories, hospitals and small towns.
Wendy Morton MP Member of Parliament of the United Kingdom : “My visit to Kew Technology was a great opportunity to learn more about how the company are promoting higher efficiencies of waste energy. Clearly the innovative processes being used by Kew Technology will have a major impact both locally in Aldridge and nationally.
“As climate change continues to be a top priority for the Government in seeking to hit our 2050 climate goals it is good to know that companies from our local area are at the cutting edge of helping us meet our climate challenge.”
Source: Company Press Release.
Source: Company Press Release