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Originally, the Margam project was a joint venture between Cardiff-based energy development company, Eco2 Limited and local company Western Logs Group.
The main EPC contractor was the consortium of Babcock Wilcox VØlund a/s and Interserve Construction Ltd. VØlund is part of the Babcock & Wilcox Group, and provided the process equipment whilst Interserve (Wales) undertook the civil engineering and building.
The waste wood that fuels the Margam Green Energy Plant is supplied by Stobart Biomass on a long-term contract. The waste wood is sourced and supplied by Stobart from across the country, and is transported by HGV (see FAQs section).