During the planning and permitting phase of the project, the Wheelabrator Kemsley (K3) Generating Station was known as K3 CHP.
KENT, ENGLAND – 25 January 2018 – Industry leading waste-to-energy operator and developer, Wheelabrator Technologies, has launched a new £50,000 community benefit fund to be awarded locally over the next two years. Now, charities, local community groups and organisations are being invited to apply to the Wheelabrator Kemsley (K3) waste-to-energy facility for funding to help boost community projects in Kent and the South East.25-Jan-2018
Optimisation opportunity identified to generate more clean power
Industry leading waste-to-energy operator and developer, Wheelabrator Technologies has announced a new public consultation on proposals that will enable the Wheelabrator Kemsley facility to generate more clean energy for homes and businesses.08-Mar-2017
Construction to commence in September 2016
LONDON, ENGLAND — Wheelabrator Technologies today reached financial close on a new 550,000 tonnes per year waste-to-energy facility at Kemsley in Kent.28-Jul-2016
The Low Carbon Contracts Company (LCCC) has today (26 February, 2015) announced that Wheelabrator Technologies’ proposed energy recovery facility, K3 CHP, has been awarded a Contract for Difference1 (CfD).15-Feb-2015
Wheelabrator Technologies has expanded its UK development team with the appointment of John Mitchell as its dedicated Fuel Supply Manager for the sustainable energy project at Kemsley Mill, near Sittingbourne in Kent.19-Oct-2014