The world’s largest biomass plant is the 350 megawatt Port Talbot facility in south Wales, which will run on wood chips and is expected to be online by 2010. The £400 million Port Talbot project, from London developer Prenergy Power, is expected to contribute approximately 70 percent of the Welsh Assembly’s 2010 renewable electricity target. The U.K. government said the wood fuel would come from sustainable sources in the U.S. and Canada, and that the plant would be able to produce continuous, base-load electricity for 24 hours a day, 365 days a year over the 25 years of its expected lifetime.
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