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Appeal: Welsh ministers approve 50MW cogeneration plant at Pembroke Refinery

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Plans for a cogeneration plant with a dual output of electricity and superheated steam will go ahead at Pembroke Refinery, after Welsh ministers ruled that it would bring a range of benefits.

The appeal relates to an area of brownfield land within the existing Pembroke Refinery on the south coast of Wales. The proposal sought permission for a ‘cogeneration facility’ to supplement the electrical power and steam demands of the refinery and power plant. It would consist of a “highly efficient” natural gas combustion turbine, producing 49.9MW of electrical output.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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