The Kelvin Facility


West Bromwich, Staffordshire

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Kelvin is an advanced development waste-to-energy facility in the West Midlands, which was granted planning consent in September 2019. When operational, it will divert 395,000 tonnes of non-recyclable household and business waste from landfill or export overseas. Instead, it will use residual waste to generate 44MW (gross) of renewable baseload energy per annum, equivalent to the needs of more than 95,000 UK homes.

Located on a site owned by Giffords Property, the facility is strategically located to treat non-recyclable waste from a catchment area which has a projected capacity shortfall of over 2M tonnes per annum. We’re expecting to begin construction in the second half of 2021.

At a glance

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Combined heat and power facility generates up to 44MW (gross)

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Energy to meet the needs of more than 95,000 U.K. homes and businesses

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Processes up to 395,000 tonnes of non-recyclable waste  per annum

Further information

Kelvin, Off Kelvin Way, West Bromwich, B70 7JR
Telephone:  0800 860 6251



Phillip Curds
Strategy and Communications Manager