Want to see inside Sleaford Renewable Energy Plant?
In 2018, Sleaford Renewable Energy Plant hosted visits from a number of local groups and organisations, including a Young Farmers Club, engineering students from Grantham College, Sleaford Rotary Club and a local U3A branch. It was an opportunity for people to see behind-the-scenes of the power station from the start of the process, when our straw is delivered, through to the end result when the plant is generating renewable energy for local homes and businesses. The plant also provides free heat to the William Alvey junior school, Sleaford swimming pool and indoor bowls club and North Kesteven Council’s offices in the town.
If you are a member of a local group or organisation that would be interested in visiting the plant this year, please contact Paul Taylor via email: [email protected] or call him 020 8392 8250.
The small print: we host visits from bona fide groups/organisations on a monthly basis, normally during the working day. The duration of the plant tour is about two hours. Group numbers are limited to 12. School children from Year 7 and above are welcome. As there are stairs and gantries, each visitor must be able to walk unaided. Health and safety rules must be adhered to at all times; safety wear – hard hats, goggles, safety shoes etc – is provided.