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This webinar will provide a detailed overview of the integration and role of temporary works in the execution of a demolition project. The speaker will discuss the requirements associated with the demolition of Fiddler's Ferry Power Station Phase 1.

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This event will look at the opportunities for decarbonised power generation at Peterhead, and the plans for a new power station at the site equipped with carbon capture technology.

Build the world’s first commercial nuclear power station Calder Hall was the first nuclear power station in the world to produce electricity for domestic use. Designed to last 20 years it was operational for 47 years before closing in 2003. Work began on the station in 1953 with the first electricit…

Date
20 June 2023

Provide a hydroelectric power network for New Zealand from natural water resources Hydroelectric power has been a key part of New Zealand's energy system for over 100 years. It supplies more than half of the country's energy needs. The first schemes were built by mining companies at the height of th…

Date
20 June 2023

Build an energy-efficient, coal-fired power plant Mundra power plant is a power station in the Kutch district of Gujarat in India. It’s India’s first 800MW thermal plant and one of the biggest in the world. A thermal power plant creates heat – usually used to turn water into steam. The steam drives…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
WICE Project

Shajiao B power station

Build a coal-fired power station to serve Guangdong province, China The Shajiao B power station is in Guangdong province, China. With a generating capacity of 750MW, the coal-fired plant is one of three at the Shajiao power complex. The scheme is seen as a landmark energy project, as it was built in…

Date
20 June 2023
Type
Infrastructure blog

The future of UK power generation

The recent withdrawal of investors from the Wylfa, Oldbury and Moorside nuclear power stations, along with tumbling costs of renewables, raises significant questions for the future of the UK’s energy policy.

Date
16 January 2024

Horizon Nuclear Power and the Menter Newydd Joint Venture are working collaboratively to develop the Wylfa Newydd Nuclear Power Station on the Isle of Anglesey. The intention is to deliver a cost effective nuclear power station that provides approximately 2.6GW of electricity to the UK National Grid…

Type
Exhibition

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The exhibition explores the future of infrastructure and the role of civil engineers in helping society respond to the challenges of climate change and meet net zero targets by 2050. Featuring original hand-drawn illustrations and animations, six children talk to TV presenter and engineer Rob Bell a…

Date
14 June 2024
Type
WICE Project

Dinorwig Power Station

Add electricity capacity and storage to the National Grid to even out supply Dinorwig was built in caverns inside Elidir Fawr, a mountain in north Wales. There are 11 caverns altogether; the largest is 180m long, 23m wide and 51m high. They’re connected by shafts and tunnels up to 11.5m in diameter.…

Date
20 June 2023

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