Wrexham Power Limited is promoting plans for the Wrexham Energy Centre (WEC), a new combined cycle gas turbine (CCGT) gas-fired power station located at the Wrexham Industrial Estate.
The WEC represents an investment of £300m and will:
- Provide 30 highly skilled permanent local jobs
- Create up to 515 construction jobs over three years
- Provide an opportunity to increase the resilience of the power supply to the Wrexham Industrial Estate
- Reduce the area's reliance on imported energy as well as improving its energy security.
On this website, you can find out more about our plans, provide feedback and understand what to expect in the future.
Wrexham Power Limited
Wrexham Power Limited (WPL) is a joint venture between Glenfinnan and St. Modwen - the UK's leading regeneration specialist. As Wrexham Power Limited, the companies combine Glenfinnan’s extensive knowledge of the UK energy market and St Modwen’s regeneration expertise.
Wrexham Energy Centre Planning Inspectorate examination now complete
In April 2016 our Development Consent Order (DCO) application for the Wrexham Energy Centre (WEC) was accepted by the Planning Inspectorate, the Government body responsible for examining DCO applications for Nationally Significant Infrastructure Projects such as the WEC.
A number of public hearings were held and written submissions made in order to help the Planning Inspector make an informed decision on whether to grant the project a DCO.
The examination period closed on 19 January 2017. WPL would like to thank all those who participated in the examination.
What happens next?
More information on the consenting process can be found in the Planning Inspectorate’s rule 8 letter, published here.
You can contact us by:
- Calling our Freephone number on: 0800 319 6185
This will be answered Monday to Friday – 9am to 5.30pm. Outside of these hours, please leave us a voicemail.
- Emailing: info@Wrexham-Power.com
- Writing to:
Wrexham Power Limited,
77a Tradescant Road,