Proposed new Chelsea Stadium to feature CHP

A planning application by Chelsea Football Club to re-develop its Stamford Bridge home includes combined heat and power technology at the core of its energy proposal.
Chelsea FC
The £600m redevelopment application goes before Hammersmith and Fulham Council on Wednesday, and if approval is granted, the new 60,000 seater venue will commence construction in 2018.

ESPN reports that several revisions were made to the original planning application last year, including additional tree planting, minor tweaks to the stadium design, the introduction of a combined heat and power (CHP) plant and a reduction of parking spaces on site.

Construction of the new stadium is expected to take three years, meaning that on the current schedule Chelsea's new home would be ready for the 2021-22 season.

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