Biomass power project thought dead in Scotland could now be built [From the web]

PORT OF ROSYTH, Scotland, Oct. 11, 2017 (Dunfermline Press) -A biomass plant that promised to create hundreds of jobs in Rosyth could still happen. 

The £325 million project was approved by the Scottish Government in 2014, just two months before the applicants pulled out. 

Forth Energy Ltd, a joint venture between Scottish and Southern Energy (SSE) and Forth Ports, wanted to build a combined heat and power biomass plant that would create 570 jobs at the Port of Rosyth. 

Dunfermline Press - Biomass power project thought dead in Scotland could now be built

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