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The power station has passed the liability test in April 2017 and is now in commecial operation, operated by BWSC








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Snetterton Biomass Plant is a straw-fired power station that is planned for Norfolk/UK. The project combines the environmental benefits of renewable power generation with more local economic benefits that will add Snetterton to the new market for the supply of straw.
The project has significant national and regional benefits, as summarised below:
• Steam data: 173 t/h, 112 bar(G), 540 degC
• Boiler efficiency: 91.8% (EN 12952-15)
• Heat input: 130 MJ/s
• Output equivalent to 65,000 homes
• 250,000 tonnes CO2 saved per year


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Guide for HGV traffic






Access to site:


All access to the site must take place through the Main Gate.


Delivery address is:
Snetterton Renewable Energy Project
BWE Site Office
F.A.O: Mads Thomsen
Chalk Lane
NR16 2JZ
United Kingdom 


GPS Coordinates:
52.4810° N, 0.9513° E



All goods to arrive to the site must be announced in advance to BWE according to the guidelines in the Shipping Instructions