An image of Lostock: a waste-to-energy plant. The image displays two silos.


Lostock is a waste-to-energy plant developed by CIP and FCC construction in the United Kingdom. The facility is currently being built by Black & Veatch and Babcock & Wilcox through a full-scope EPC contract also covering enabling works. The plant is expected to be operational for 35 years from 2023 with a waste processing capacity of 600kt annually which will be supplied by FCC. Operations and maintenance throughout the lifetime of the plant will be carried out by FCC. Lostock is expected to employ around 50 full-time employees and will generate renewable electricity to power the equivalent of around 125,000 homes per year.
A conceptual vision of the waste-to-energy facility Slough created by Weedon Architects.


The Slough Multifuel Project is a 480ktpa waste-to-energy facility with a net electrical output of approximately 44 MWe in late-stage development. The Project is jointly owned by Scottish and Southern Energy Plc (SSE) and CIP in a 50/50 joint venture. The facility is located in the greater London area to the west of Heathrow Airport. Construction of Slough Multifuel is undertaken by specialist EPC contractor HZI AG and commenced at the beginning of 2021. The facility is expected to be operational by mid-2024.