Julian Walker to join ABP as Chief Commercial Officer in September 2019
24th April, LONDON – Cory Riverside Energy has announced that its Chief Operating Officer Julian Walker is to leave Cory to join Associated British Ports as their Chief Commercial Officer.
He will stay in post as COO at Cory until the end of July in order to support the new CEO Dougie Sutherland.
Cory CEO Dougie Sutherland said: “I’m very grateful for Julian’s hard work and dedication to Cory and I wish him all the best at in his new role at Associated British Ports. I have been really impressed by the calibre of the management team at Cory and, while I’m sorry to see Julian move on it is a great opportunity for him. He will stay on for the next few months to help support a number of important ongoing developments within the business.”
Chief among those projects is the proposed Riverside Energy Park, a Nationally Significant Infrastructure Project integrating a state-of-the-art energy recovery facility, anaerobic digestion facility, battery storage and solar photovoltaic array. It is designed to help deliver low-carbon energy solutions to tackle London and the South East’s waste management infrastructure gap, ensuring less waste is exported or sent to landfill and providing power for a further 140,000 homes.
Julian Walker, departing COO of Cory, said: “It has been a real pleasure to serve as Cory’s Chief Operating Officer for the past two years, working with such a great team of people. Cory offers an important solution to the current gap in London’s residual waste processing infrastructure and its prospects for future growth are clear. I wish Dougie and the entire team every success for the future.”
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Notes to editors
Cory Riverside Energy:
- Cory Riverside Energy is one of the UK’s leading resource management, recycling, and energy recovery companies.
- Riverside is the largest operating Energy from Waste facility in the United Kingdom, with a unique river-based infrastructure on the Thames for delivering waste.
- The company currently works directly with seven London Boroughs including Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea, Lambeth, Wandsworth, and Bexley. Tower Hamlets and the City of London
- 2016 was a record year for Cory Riverside Energy, which has had an exceptionally strong operational track record, operating at its full permitted capacity since day one.
- Other highlights include:
- 528 GWh of baseload electricity generated;
- 753,000 tonnes of waste diverted from landfill;
- 100,000 truck journeys removed from London’s road every year thanks to our Thames river infrastructure;
- Equivalent of 160,000 homes powered;
- 230,000 tonnes of carbon saved by not sending waste to landfill;
- 200,000 tonnes of ash recycled as road aggregate;
- 10,000 tonnes of Air Pollution Control Residue recycled to create building blocks used in construction.
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