The new plant, which replaces Bellozanne incinerator, will be a conventional facility with modern flue gas treatment and a steam turbine.
The primary contract has been awarded to a consortium led by French firm Construction Industrielles de la Mediterrane and including a joint venture between French company Spie Batignolles, a civil engineering specialist, and Camerons Jersey – known as SBC.
Camerons will be building the main structures, including all civil works, steel works and the internal fit-out of the buildings.
But Economic Development say there are a large number of opportunities’ for subcontractors and suppliers. Thursday’s event takes place at the La Collette site from 8 am.