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Ian Clifford, chief executive officer of PX Group said: "We are delighted to have been selected to operate this site and very much look forward to working with MGT.
The fact that the plant is on our doorstep and increases our involvement in the renewable energy sector makes it doubly satisfying.
The plant will generate enough electricity to supply 600,000 homes, as well as power for companies in the surrounding area - and is set to "play a major part in the country's energy security going forward" according to MGT.
Because optimal medical management can be difficult to apply due to insufficient evaluation of the patients, a geriatric evaluation is carried out by the MGT and over the last 3 years we have developed a collaboration between the digestive oncology team, the surgical team and the MGT.
This has allowed us to select personalised medical plans for patients and their families.