Brockwell's current project pipeline creates over £800m of investment opportunity. As one of Scotland's largest potential energy infrastructure investors we are well placed to deliver new world class energy assets and infrastructure to help Scotland achieve its waste and CO2 reduction targets.
Planning was obtained in January 2017 for a 215,000 tonne per annum facility to provide a replacement CHP facility to support the Earls Gate Energy Centre ("EGEC").
Beside providing a high quality residual waste solution built using the best available proven technology in the world, the heat and power generated by the plant will be used to support four different chemical operations in the Earls Gate site. The plant will be replacing an old Gas fired plant. The heat and power off-take will make the planned plant one of the most efficient in the UK, helping the drive the shift from using heat produced from fossil fuels to heat from renewable sources.
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Westfield was the site of one of the UK’s largest open cast coal mines. Mining began in the 1950’s and finished in the 1980’s. The site has been largely derelict since then. Following the collapse of Scottish Coal in 2013, the site was acquired by Hargreaves Services.
Brockwell have an exclusive option to lease the site to develop a number of energy projects. The key focus of development is the construction of a 200,000 tonne energy-from-waste plant. The plant will generate significant activity on the site and will be able to offer cheap renewable heat and power to attract other industrial operators to invest in the site.
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Dalquhandy is located west of Coalburn in South Lanarkshire and was an active surface mining operation from 1987. The last coal was extracted in 2008 and the site restored to pasture and woodland. The private road linking Dalquhandy to the motorway system was retained with a view to allowing access for development and agriculture.
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Broken Cross is a former surface mine 3.5km to the north of Rigside, in South Lanarkshire. The original plans for a wind energy development here were submitted by Scottish Coal in 2012. Brockwell Energy has now acquired the necessary land and intellectual property rights for the wind development, and we remain committed to developing a wind energy project at Broken Cross.
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The North Kyle Energy Project, located in East Ayrshire, presents an outstanding opportunity for generating clean, renewable energy.
An imaginative and eco-friendly regeneration of derelict former surface mining areas and forested areas, the project has the potential to contribute immensely to the regeneration of North Kyle and the surrounding communities.
The site comprises a central forested area and various area previously subject to surface mining. It is approximately 3km north east of Dalmellington, 6km west of New Cumnock, and 2km south of Skares.