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    News and Annoucements

    Recruitment of personnel for the Operation and Maintenance of the TeesREP is set to get under way...
    from Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council Business Backs Borough's Youth YOUNG people from the...
    The Grangetown hub was established in early 2017 by a partnership between, among others, RCBC ...
    Having reached the Teesside Junior Football Alliance (TJFA) U17 Challenge Cup Final thanks to a 2...
    Redcar Town U13 Girls continued their dominance in the second half of their league campaign,...
    In early March, the Tees REP project achieved another significant safety milestone as the number...
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  • Tees Renewable Energy Plant

    Investing in Teesside

    £650 million

    To build

    £20 million

    Annual local spend during operation

    600

    Jobs during construction

    100

    Jobs during operation

  • Sustainability

    Our Highest Priority

    Tree nursery

    Sustainable Forestry

    sourced from Sustainable forestry

    Sustainable forestry means that there will be no land use change; new forest growth will always replace that which is harvested. Protected or primary forest is not used, and rigorous tracing of origin is used to ensure compliance.

    Low Value Forest Co-products

    BIOMASS DOES NOT DRIVE FOREST HARVESTING

    We use co-products from timberland that is primarily for growing saw-timber. We use the parts of the tree that are too small for timber, and chips from the saw-milling process. On average the biomass is worth less than 7% of the total harvest value.

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    Sustainability Standards

    TRACKED AND AUDITED

    Biomass for the Tees REP has to meet strict sustainability criteria regulated by Ofgem and is traced from point of origin.

    Green Energy

    POWERING 600,000 homes

    The Tees Renewable Energy Plant will produce 2.3 TWh of low carbon electricity every year. Enough to power 600,000 homes, as well as supplying heat for nearby users.

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