Businesses invited to learn about supply chain opportunities for the North London Waste Authority's new Energy Recovery Facility

19 Jan 2024

ACCIONA, the lead contractor for the Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) Project, working on behalf of the North London Waste Authority (NLWA) on the North London Heat and Power Project (NLHPP), is hosting its second Meet the Buyer event from 9.30am to 4pm on Wednesday, 7 February 2024 to encourage suppliers of all sizes to submit interest in working on the project.

Suppliers from the following services are encouraged to attend:

  • Turbine Erection
  • Air Cooled Condenser Erection
  • Equipment Erection Balance of Plant  & piping
  • Stack & GRP Piping Erection
  • Cladding
  • Building services:
    • HVAC Building Services (+ electrical cabinet + earthing & bonding + louver + secondary steelwork + general MEP)
    • Lighting & Power Building Services
    • Communications, CCTV, Telephony & Data and Public Address
    • MS System Building Services
  • Insulation
  • Refractory insulation
  • Painting
  • Electrical
  • Instrument & Controls Installation

The event will be split into three separate sessions:

  • 09:30–11:30
  • 12:00–14:00
  • 14:30–16:00

At the start of each session, ACCIONA will offer a brief presentation on the ERF Project, covering the construction process and key milestones, and explain the registration process to the ACCIONA Procur-e system. Attending businesses will be able to meet with the ACCIONA Procurement team to discuss the advertised supply chain opportunities as part of the ERF project. 


Businesses wishing to register for the event should scan the ERF-NLHPP Meet the Buyer QR code. This will provide access to the registration form. Alternatively suppliers can access the form through the following link:

Suppliers will be able to request which session is most convenient through the registration form. Following completion of the form, suppliers will be contacted to confirm their registration and attendance at the event.


The NLHPP is a crucial asset for north London and is part of NLWA’s positive action to tackle the Climate Emergency and treat waste which cannot be recycled in the most cost-effective and sustainable way.

ACCIONA is committed to delivering local benefits from its works on the ERF Project and are therefore particularly interested in hearing from suppliers operating within north London.

The NLHPP is already creating hundreds of green jobs for local people and is an important part of the ongoing regeneration of Enfield, and part of Enfield Council’s plans to promote high-tech industries in Edmonton. As part of NLWA’s commitment to boosting the local economy, the project is committed to achieving 25% local employment and 10% local expenditure.


ACCIONA is a global group that develops and manages sustainable infrastructure solutions, especially in renewable energy. Its business spans the entire value chain, from design and construction through to operation and maintenance.

ACCIONA’s goal is to lead the transition towards a low-carbon economy, bringing technical excellence and innovation to all of its projects to design a better planet. With a presence in more than 40 countries and sales of €8,104 billion in 2021, the company is committed to contributing to the economic and social development of the communities in which it operates.