This drone footage shows a different view of a £170m energy park in Ince.
You can see the true scale of construction at the Protos project from above.
The 126-acre site at Ince Marshes includes a controversial biomass plant and Energy from Waste (EfW) facility.
It has been named as one of 13 key projects in the Government’s so-called ‘Northern Powerhouse’ agenda.
Protos managing director Myles Kitcher said: “Protos has already progressed significantly, with new road infrastructure and energy facilities creating a destination for energy, industry and innovation.
“With the Government steadfast in its support for northern growth, Protos can play an important role in retaining skilled workers and powering the region.”
Work has already begun on the biomass plant, which will use waste wood to power up to 40,000 homes.
Frodsham Wind Farm is also part of Protos and is expected to be running by the end of 2016.
Chancellor Philip Hammond met with a Chinese delegation to discuss a potential £5bn investment in the Northern Powerhouse last week.
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