Biomass plant plans submitted
HULL: Plans have been submitted for a 9MW biomass plant at King George Dock.
Sunrise Renewables Ltd wants to build the plant, which would use recycled woodchip to produce energy.
The plant would be able to burn 72,000 tonnes of wood a year to produce gas, which would then be turned into electricity. The company also plans to open the plant for tours to educate people about green energy.
If given the go-ahead, the plant would create seven full-time jobs and two part-time posts.
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Real Ventures is also looking to build a £130m biomass energy plant at King George Dock, which would produce 49MW of energy.
Both schemes will help create the Green Port Hull, alongside the proposed Siemens wind turbine factory, which would create 800 jobs.
Hull City Council's planning committee will consider the scheme in February.