Ferrybridge Multifuels 2

Working with HZI

NRL has a track record of working together with others to provide innovative, effective recruitment solutions that meet our clients’ needs. To this extent, we’re proud to be partnering with Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) to source and deliver professionals in a multitude of roles to work on the Ferrybridge Multifuels 2 project for a variety of HZI’s contractors.

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About NRLValues-01

Established in 1983, NRL has a strong background and experience in the engineering construction industry. We work with many of the leading companies in this sector and have recruited thousands of workers for nominated sites across the UK.

We pride ourselves on setting the industry standard in recruitment, NAECI payroll and compliance services and have successfully supplied these services to recent Pembroke, Carrington, Ferrybridge and Tees Valley projects.

 

The Project

The Ferrybridge Multifuel 2 (FM2) power station will have a generating capacity of circa 70MW and produce enough energy to power around 180,000 homes. Full construction of the project will begin later in 2017.

FM2 will be built on land adjacent to the existing Ferrybridge Multifuel 1 (FM1) project, which entered commercial operation in July 2015.

FM2 will be capable of treating up to 675,000 tonnes of waste derived fuels each year, however on average the plant’s throughput is expected to be 570,000 tonnes per annum.

The FM2 plant represents a £325 million investment by SSE and is expected to create in excess of 300 construction jobs during the 3-year construction period.

It is expected that the local economy will benefit from around £10 million of additional business for local hotels, restaurants and other service providers.

FM2 will be constructed by SSE, in conjunction with the main EPC contractor, Hitachi Zosen Inova.

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