Kedco plc, (AIM:KED)the renewable energy group focusing on the production of clean energy in the UK and Ireland, today announces that it will hold the opening day for its plant in Newry, Co Down, Northern Ireland on 27 June 2012. This will mark the exportation of power to the grid from the biomass electricity and heat generation plant.
Gerry Madden, CEO of Kedco, commented:
"It is very satisfying to see the progress being made at the Newry Plant. We look forward to the opening of the Newry Plant on 27 June. This is a significant event for the Company and marks Kedco's turning point from being solely a clean energy project developer to a clean energy producer."
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For further information:
+353 (0)21 483 9104
Gerry Madden, Interim CEO and Finance Director
Deloitte Corporate Finance - Nomad
+44 (0)20 7936 3000
Jonathan Hinton / David Smith
SVS Securities plc - Broker
+44 (0)20 7638 5600
Ian Callaway / Alex Mattey
+44 (0)20 7398 7714
Ashleigh Lezard/Oliver Hibberd
Note to Editors:
Kedco plc's business strategy is to identify, develop, build, own and operate biomass electricity and heat generation plants in the UK and Ireland. These plants will contribute to the need for sustainable energy from renewable sources. Kedco also operates a biomass wood processing facility in Latvia.
The Company possesses significant knowledge of renewable energy markets, advance conversion technologies, biomass and waste fuel sources, project development, project finance and project delivery.
Kedco was admitted to trading on AIM, a market operated by the London Stock Exchange, in October 2008 (AIM:KED).
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