The Viking Link team used CEEQUAL to deliver a sustainability-driven project. They achieved a 30% reduction in kgCO2 equivalent of embodied carbon emissions, re-used 17,900 m3 of excavated materials, and diverted 100% of their total waste from landfill.
The £12m anaerobic digestion (AD) plant at Bygrave Lodge Farm, near Baldock in Hertfordshire was developed as part of Biogen’s strategy to build a network of green energy plants across the UK.
Total Exploration and Production Limited (TEPUK) are developing the Laggan and Tormore gas fields, located offshore roughly 90 km west of Shetland and 125 km from the BP-operated onshore Sullom Voe Terminal (SVT).
Frodsham Wind Farm is one of England’s largest onshore generating stations, and the largest in the Cheshire region, with an installed capacity of more than 50 MW.
The Glenconway Wind Farm was developed by Gael Force Renewables Ltd, a Joint Venture between McLaughlin & Harvey, Barr and WH Alexander on behalf of the client SSE Renewables.
Storåselva power plant is a new compact hydropower project outside Snåsa in Trøndelag. Before the startup of the construction works, it was decided to go for a CEEQUAL Construction Award.