Re-energising natural resources
Peel NRE, part of Peel L&P, is at the heart of the nation’s activity around clean growth and the circular economy – helping the UK achieve net zero by 2050 and supporting the regions in their actions to achieve climate emergency targets.
We re-use, re-purpose and re-energise natural resources to develop and maintain vital infrastructure across the UK and are experts in renewable energy, district heating, waste to value, water management, materials management and electric vehicle charging.
Our Protos Cheshire energy and resource hub leads the way in low carbon energy and waste management with the deployment of innovative technologies including the UK’s first plastic-to-hydrogen facility, a 50MW windfarm, a 21.5MW biomass plant, a 49MW energy from waste plant in construction and a plastic park blueprint to revolutionise plastic recycling nationwide.
In Liverpool, our Mersey Heat energy service company (ESCO) is delivering a low carbon district heat network for up to 9,000 homes and 4million sq ft of commercial space at our Liverpool Waters development.
Across the UK we have delivered over 180MW of onshore wind, including the 65MW Scout Moor windfarm, and are currently delivering a further 120MW on the Shetland Islands.
We provide a range of water supply and drainage services along 124km of waterways – providing access to over 150,000,000m3 of water per annum for industrial and potable uses.
We promote the beneficial recycling and recovery of all wastes – from residual materials, plastics, WEEE, and construction and demolition wastes.
We work in partnership with investors, technology providers and business, together with the public sector, to provide bespoke real estate, infrastructure and operational solutions for the low carbon and circular economy sector.
Peel NRE Sustainability Plan
Our sustainability plan mirrors the commitments made in Peel L&P’s five year sustainability plan.
It outlines the UN Sustainable Development Goals that resonate with our business and outlines our one and five year targets.
To view our sustainability plan, click here.
To view our progress report for the year 2022/23 please click here.