Low Carbon speaks with on 600MW English solar site
- Prepare For Beacon Fen Energy Park in Lincolnshire to be co-located with energy storage
Low Carbon has actually launched an examination looking for views on a 600MW renewable energy park in Lincolnshire, England.
The suggested Beacon Fen Energy Park will certainly be composed of solar PV, co-located with energy storage space, as well as is suggested for land east of Sleaford.
Spread across 2 sites, Beacon Fen North is north of the village of Heckington while Beacon Fen South is southern of Helpringham in North Kesteven.
The very early (non-statutory) engagement examination for Beacon Fen Energy Park will certainly run from 15 May 2023 to 18 June 2023, and include a collection of in-person events and webinars for stakeholders and also communities to attend.
Renewable resource firm Low Carbon has actually confirmed that, if allowed, Beacon Fen Energy Park would produce an approximated 600MW of electricity a year while also preventing up to 120,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions each year.
Network infrastructure will likewise require to be developed as part of the project to export the electrical power generated by the energy park into the grid, which under current strategies will be via an existing connection point at the Bicker Fen substation.
James Hartley-Bond, director at Low Carbon, claimed: "Talking directly with local communities as well as stakeholders will certainly be a core part of our strategy throughout the development of Beacon Fen Energy Park and we intend to listen to directly from them regarding their thoughts on the proposals.
" Local individuals hold necessary details which will certainly feed straight into the project as well as we eagerly anticipate hearing their views first-hand."
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