At the onset of World War Two, land at Chelveston was acquired by the Ministry of Defence for strategic use as an airfield. It became a fully operational USAF bomber base throughout the War and the subsequent the Cold War until the 1960’s when the MOD decommissioned the runways and most of the infrastructure and reconfigured the site as a radio mast transmitter site which operated until very recently.
The airfield was sold by the MOD in 2005 and the new owners, local employers, seeing the site to be ideal for development as a fully integrated renewable energy park formed Chelveston Renewable Energy Ltd.
TECHNOLOGIES WE USE
Innovate Energy Solutions
The Chelveston Renewable Energy Park use’s a multitude of different renewable technologies to generate clean energy. A few of these are:
NEWS AND INFORMATION
Planning Approved for new Hydrogen Production Facility
Our application to build a new hydrogen production facility at one of our sites...
Planning approved for Gas Peaking plant.
The Council has approved the planning application for the proposed gas peaking...