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Green power for U.K. CDMO
November 2015
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NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE, U.K.—A new £137-million renewable energy facility is in the works in the United Kingdom, with global pharmaceutical contract development and manufacturing organization Aesica Pharmaceuticals, as well as another pharma company, to benefit directly from its output. The biomass Combined Heat and Power plant in Cramlington, Northumberland, will generate 223 GWh of renewable electricity each year, and is supported by commitments of £23 million from UK Green Investment Bank plc and £27 million from John Laing Investments Limited.
 
“Our company is committed to best environmental practice, and indeed our Cramlington site complies in full with ISO 14001and all appropriate environmental legislation. Consequently, we are always on the lookout for maximizing the use of green, environmentally friendly energy,” said Ian Muir, managing director at Aesica.
 
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