Buckinghamshire Energy from Waste Plant

Buckinghamshire Energy from Waste Plant

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The Client

With headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland, Hitachi Zosen Inova AG are a global leader in the energy from waste (EfW) market, acting as an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor delivering complete turnkey plants and system solutions for energy recovery from waste.

The Project

The EfW Plant in Buckinghamshire is a £275m turnkey contract for the entire plant and civil engineering works managed and delivered by Hitachi Zosen Inova AG.

The single-line EfW facility with a thermal capacity of 102 MW will play a leading role in sustainable waste management in Buckinghamshire.

As well as massively reducing the volume of landfill waste, the state-of-the-art thermal waste treatment plant will also meet the UK government’s climate protection requirements in full. The facility will have the capacity to treat 300,000 tonnes of waste per year, generating 22 MW of electricity for some 36,000 homes. 

The project consists of incinerator and boiler plant, flue gas cleaning plant, turbine plant together with civil and building works.

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Keywest Role

Keywest Partnership has provided the full commercial role on this project including:

  • Commercial Management of the project.

  • Management of substantial sub-contractor accounts.

  • Lead source of advice and guidance on all contractual matters including managing areas of potential dispute and conflict.

The Future

Keywest Partnership has a strong relationship with HZi and is very proud to play a part in this state of the art and environmental-leading sector of the industry. HZi have a strong pipeline of projects in the coming years both in the UK and internationally.

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