- KNM’s UK project takes shape after RM840mil bond issue by GEP Consulting: 07/01/2015 KUALA LUMPUR: Process equipment manufacturer K...
- Overseas partnering - the signs are good! by GEP Consulting: 02/16/2015 Sign Bright are pleased to partner with KNM Malays...
- Norfolk by GEP Consulting: 02/16/2015 GEP are proud to be responding to Norfolk County C...
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KNM’s UK project takes shape after RM840mil bond issue
KUALA LUMPUR: Process equipment manufacturer KNM Group Bhd’s waste-to-energy project in UK is finally taking shape after it sets up a S$300mil (RM840mil) multi-currency bond. In a rare meeting with the press, group CEO Lee Swee Eng said the medium-term … Continue reading
Overseas partnering – the signs are good!
Sign Bright are pleased to partner with KNM Malaysia for Energy Park Peterborough Project. Appointed by Malaysian based company KNM Signbright CEO Luke Wilcock said “we are proud to be part of this fantastic project. It has always been part … Continue reading
GEP are proud to be responding to Norfolk County Councils call for responses regarding Tenders for Waste Transfer Stations and Waste Treatment and/or Disposal. The Peterborough team has significant experience and time invested in Norfolk and is pleased to have … Continue reading
Waste not want not!
GEP is proud to be facilitating the signing of a 10-year Intent to supply between a major waste industry player and KNM to supply the Energy Park Peterborough Project at Storey’s Bar Road, Peterborough. The site is the location of … Continue reading
Chris Williams interviewed by Green Power Conferences
Ahead of his appearance at the high profile Bioenergy Finance Forum event in September, which will also feature Business Secretary Vince Cable, GEP’s Managing Director, Chris Williams, has been interviewed by Green Power Conferences. Chris spoke on the urgent need … Continue reading
Green Energy Parks Supports Call for UK Waste Management Policy Reform
Speaking in response to EEF The Manufacturer’s Organisation’s report on Defra’s waste policy, Green Energy Parks’ Managing Director, Chris Williams said: “Robust policy reform is required to reduce investment barriers and open the door for value-added waste management to take-off … Continue reading
Piecemeal Progress for Renewables – Green Energy Parks respond to Draft Energy Bill
Following the Government’s publication of the Draft Energy Bill, GEP’s Managing Director Chris Williams, has commented: “The waiting game continues for the renewables sector, following the publication of the draft Energy Bill this week. “While the Bill is consistent with … Continue reading
Green Energy Parks Nominated for Best in Waste by EnviroCluster
Green Energy Parks Nominated for Best in Waste by EnviroCluster, the UK Centre for Economic & Environmental Development (UK CEED) for Global Cleantech Cluster Association 2012 Later Stage Awards As reported on the Environment Industry Magazine website Green Energy Parks … Continue reading
Green Energy Parks welcomes Government announcement of renewable energy subsidies
The recent publication of the Renewables Obligation Banding Review was great news for Green Energy Parks, as it provided the clarity that was so desperately needed for the industry and investors. Managing Director Chris Williams was at the forefront of … Continue reading
GEP Consulting Support Lifetime Recycling Village in the West of Scotland
Green Energy Parks (GEP) is providing advice and service support to foster Scottish company Lifetime Recycling, which aims to end landfill in Scotland through the creation of recycling villages. Lifetime Recycling is seeking advice from GEP to confront the problem … Continue reading