Author Archives: Green Energy Parks

Major university contract signed

CITY bosses have signed a ground-breaking deal to bring a pioneering education centre to Peterborough. Cranfield University and Peterborough City Council signed the contract on Friday to develop education and research in renewable energy and bio-fuels. The partnership includes a … Continue reading

PREL at RWM 2010

Peterborough Renewable Energy Ltd (PREL) was delighted to take part in this year’s Recycling and Waste Management Exhibition (RWM), which was held from the 13th – 15th September at the NEC in Birmingham. The event has fast become the leading exhibition for … Continue reading

Govt Approves Project to End Landfill

Peterborough Renewable Energy Ltd (PREL), the leading pioneer in green technologies, has today paved the way towards a landfill-free future as Government in the shape of Under Secretary of State at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, David Kidney … Continue reading

Planners give waste plant proposal a boost

MULTI-MILLION-pound plans to build a waste-burning plant in Peterborough could be one step closer to reality. Despite the city council having opposed a previous scheme drawn up by Peterborough Renewable Energy Ltd (PREL), planning officers now say the £250 million … Continue reading

Revolutionary Russian thinking in bid to go Green

High-profile officials from ProProsperity, a major player in the regeneration of the Moscow are in Peterborough this week (10-14 November 2008) for talks with Peterborough’s Renewable Energy company PREL about an initiative to develop an energypark in the Russian capital. … Continue reading


Certain aspects of the ET article on the 28th of December titled “Council moves ahead with incinerator plan” need to be clarified from PREL’s perspective in order for our EnergyPark proposal to be fully understood. First and foremost our development … Continue reading