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Devonport Energy from Waste Combined Heat and
Power Facility
Presentation to South-West RTPI
10th November 2016
Agenda
Introduction to MVV
The Contract and the alternative sites
The Content of the planning application and environmental statement
First year operations and maintenance performance
Slide 2
Aktuelle
Aktionärsstruktur
Kennzahlen
MVV
Energie
is a German und
regional
der MVV Energie
municipal
utility AG
City of Mannheim (indirect)
EnBW
50,1%
22,5%
GDF SUEZ
6,3%
RheinEnergie
16,3%
4,8%
Free float: of which 1,9%
institutional investors and
2,9% private investors
Founded as the utility company of the City of Mannheim in 1873
Initial Public Offering of MVV Energie AG in 1999
Market capitalisation: Euro 1,592 million
12.05.2017
Slide 3
MVV is firmly established in Germany, and now the UK
24.04.2014
Slide 4
Managing South West Devon‘s Waste
Catchment Area
 Plymouth,
 Torbay
 West Devon, South Hams,
Teignbridge
Recovering
97% of residual waste
This development is part of the Project to divert 97% of SWDWP‘s residual waste from landfill
Plymouth Core Strategy
Solutions at Final Bidder Stage
1 – MVV Ernesettle
2 – MVV Devonport North Yard
3 – Viridor New England Quarry at
Lee Mill
1
2
3
2
km

Energy from Waste (EfW) facility

Capacity of 275,000 tpa

Single line

Electricity or CHP depending on economics and planning
issues
Ernesettle – view point 1
Ernesettle – view point 5
The chosen location
Capable of operating in CHP mode
Tucked deeper into valley and less directly in front of houses and flats
Devonport Steam Network

Relationship to Dockyard

Facility Design & Efficiency

District Heating Potential

Financial Savings to SWDWP
MVV will be able to supply steam and electricity to the Dockyard from Day 1
Layout Concept
A quiet side facing residents – a business side facing the Dockyard
Private Side
Public Side
Seperate activities to minimise impact on neighbours
The planning application: what does this all include?
Covering letter
Planning application forms and
supporting statement
Drawings
Environmental assessment
Appendices
Non-technical summary
8 volumes; 3000 pages
Page 13
May 18, 2011
Environmental Statement: Contents
8 volumes; 3000 pages
Page 14
May 18, 2011
ES Chapter 8 Landscape and Visual
 PCC Core Strategy; Green Space Strategy;
Cornwall and Devon Landscape Character Studies
/ Assessments
 South West Design Panel
 Table 8.3 Visual Receptors and Viewpoints
 Visual Receptor sensitivity 8.3.22
 Iterative Process – many influences 8.5
 Baseline / Construction; Year 1 and Year 15
 Table 8.4 Photomontages and Viewpoint
Reference
 Vapour Plume 8.7 - Table 8.5
 LDF Policy CS34 – compatible with surroundings
Apart from visual there is minimal adverse impact
Page 15
May 18, 2011
ES Chapter 12 Traffic and Transport
New access off MoD Northern Access Road
Site opening hours – Table 12.4
Impact Negligible (low adj school) Table
12.7
Construction Traffic Annex E
Park in in Goschen Yard – Free bus
Section 106
Pedestrian crossing on MoD Access Road
Contribution if Weston Mill Local Centre
goes ahead
Apart from visual there is minimal adverse impact
Page 16
May 18, 2011
ES Chapter 13 Air Quality
Scope of subjects
Impact on people
Dust from construction
Chimney emissions
Road traffic
Impact on designated habitats
Odour emissions when off-line
Predicted Changes in each pollutant
Table 13.6
TRL surveys ongoing
13.3.1
Human assessment
13.4.8
Impact at Weston Mill Community Primary School 13.6.15
Predicted Emmision Contributions
Table D1
Apart from visual there is minimal adverse impact
Page 17
May 18, 2011
Air Quality – Predicted Environmental Contribution
Page 18
May 18, 2011
ES Chapter 18 Health and Well Being
Based on Chapters 12; 13 and 14;
Transport, Air Quality, and Noise and
Vibration
Additionally taken into account Mental
Health and Wellbeing
Exposure to Particulate Matter, Sulphur
Dioxide and Nitrogen Dioxide
Appendix
18.1
Chronic Bronchitis - average 1 hospital
admission every 8 years
Health Effects arising from Emissions of
Metals and Organic Substances Appendix
18.2
Apart from visual there is minimal adverse impact
Page 19
May 18, 2011
3 years construction and the first firing
Page 20
20/05/2015
Technology
Actual
Performance Compared to Design Load Case
Design
Page 21
Actual

Boiler Waste Heat Load
82.3 MW

82.3 MW

HP Steam
104 t/h, 60 bar, 420 °C

104 t/h, 60 bar, 420 °C

Calorific Value of Waste
9.5 MJ/kg

CV = 9.8 – 9.3 MJ/kg

Moving Grate Throughput
31.2 Mg/h

31.9 Mg/h

Gross Power (power mode) 25.0 MWel

25.9 MWel

Efficiency (power mode net) 27,4 %

29,0 %

CHP Steam

34 t/h, 8 bar, 170 °C

Efficiency (CHP mode net) 48,8 %

49,7 %
10/02/2016
30 t/h, 8 bar, 170 °C
Technology
Actual October 2015 Emissions
Compared to Permitted Limits
Continuous Monitoring at Chimney
(Daily Averages)
Permit
Actual
Percentage
mg/Nm³
mg/Nm³
NO2
200
156
78%
CO
50
5
10%
SO2
50
12
24%
HCl
10
5,7
57%
TOC
10
0,4
4%
Dust
10
0,3
3%
Permit
Actual
Percentage
μg/Nm³
μg/Nm³
0,000100
0,000013
13%
Mercury
50
2,3
5%
Cadmium & Thallium
50
0,9
2%
Permit
Actual
Percentage
%
%
3
1,3
Extractive Testing from Chimney
(Quarterly)
Dioxins / Furans
Sampling of IBA
Carbon Content
Page 22
10/02/2016
43%
Almost three years in construction; 40+ years in operation!
Page 23
Thank you for your attention!
Contact:
Bruce Braithwaite, MRTPI
Planning Manager, MVV Environment Ltd
Tel.: +44 (0) 7584 025 425
E-mail: [email protected]