Our planet


We are committed to reducing the carbon intensity of our operations here at TCE and that also means investing in alternative low carbon and renewable sources.​


Since 2010, TCE have been developing the EFW project to make use of the organisation’s existing industrial land at the site made available following the closure of the coal fired power station in 2000. Alongside the creation of hundreds of new jobs in the area and bringing a long-term tenant for the land, the new plant will be able to supply steam to TCE’s manufacturing operations. ​


One of our latest projects will see us transform an old lime beds site into a solar power generation and storage facility. The brownfield land will be regenerated in order to produce commercial scale photovoltaic solar array with the capacity to generate 20MW, equivalent to the annual electricity consumption of approximately 8,000 homes. It will mean that TCE can deliver 100% renewable energy to the national grid.


As you can see, we’re fully committed to our own journey towards Net Zero. Find out more about how we’re taking action to put our planet first.


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