The North London Heat and Power Project is North London Waste Authority’s proposal to build an Energy Recovery Facility with associated buildings and works. It will replace the existing plant at the Edmonton EcoPark by around 2025 so we can continue to turn waste into electricity, heat and power. The existing plant is expected to reach the end of its operational life around 2025.

25 Jan 2022
Three years ago, on 22 January 2019, works to transform Edmonton EcoPark into a new sustainable waste hub commenced. Since then, the project has gone from strength to strength and the site is unrecognisable from when construction first began.
14 Jan 2022
NLWA heard a number of deputations on a range of subjects during the Authority meeting on Thursday 16 December 2021. The full deputation response is available to read here.
16 Dec 2021
North London Waste Authority (NLWA) has given the green light to award a contract to build the UK’s greenest Energy Recovery Facility (ERF) at Edmonton EcoPark.
8 Dec 2021
Watch our latest construction update video to find out how we're getting on with construction onsite.
1 Dec 2021
The North London Heat and Power Project brings together a vast expert team, all committed to building world-class public infrastructure for north London’s residents. Our team has an extraordinary breadth of expertise. We come from public and private backgrounds, spanning 14 companies across 16 disciplines – from architecture and engineering to project management, law, and communications.
23 Nov 2021
The month of October marked Black History Month, which celebrates and broadens understandings of black histories, achievements, and contributions across society. It presented an opportunity to highlight the integral importance of diversity and inclusion to the culture and work environment of the Edmonton EcoPark.
19 Oct 2021
This year, the North London Heat & Power Project (NLHPP) recognised National Inclusion Week between Monday 27 September – Friday 1 October. Celebrated annually, National Inclusion Week promotes the power of acceptance in the face of discrimination. The event centres around a specific theme, with past themes including Each One, Reach One, to encourage people to connect with their peers.
13 Oct 2021
A recent film by Sir David Attenborough draws attention to a handful of inspiring projects from around the world which demonstrate the most positive innovations to find solutions to poor air quality.