Proposals for a new Energy Park in North East Lincolnshire were on display this week for local residents to drop in and speak to representatives about the project.
Engie’s senior business development manager for renewables, Matthew Hayes, said: “We are looking at a phased development, with 29.9MW solar and 20MW for battery storage. We have been looking at this site for a couple of years, and there are opportunities to do more”
David Talbot, CEO at CATCH said “The energy park development proposed on land adjacent to the SHIIP Stallingborough Interchange investment site, a stone’s throw from Catch, is an excellent project which directly benefits industry and jobs in the region. There is an urgent need for new industrial development land that offers investors potential low and net zero carbon opportunities and Engie is leading this approach in a region primed and ready to take on the Net Zero challenge.”
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