54 MW Waste to Energy CHP Plant Selects ANDRITZ Technology in Finland

Austrian industrial technology manufacturer ANDRITZ has been selected by the Finnish utility company Riikinvoima to supply a 16 MW waste to energy power plant in Leppävirta, Finland. According to ANDRITZ, the new plant is designed to treat 145,000 tonnes of waste per year collected by eight local waste management companies. The company added that the waste to energy facility’s design capacity is 16 MW for electricity and 38 MW for district heating. For its part ANDRITZ said that it will supply a circulating fluidised bed boiler, waste fuel treatment and flue gas cleaning systems, a steam turbine, electrification, automation, and auxiliary systems. The company said that the high efficiency of the boiler plant and its technology to enhance environmental protection were decisive in the award of this order. The facility is expected to start-up is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2016. Read More 161 MW Waste to Energy CHP Plant Comes Online in Finland Vantaa ENergy has inaugurated a waste to energy facility with a combined heat and power output of over 160 MW in Vantaa, Finland. Lockheed Martin Signs Waste to Energy Gasification Technology Agreement Lockheed Martin has signed a manufacturing agreement with waste gasification technology developer, Concord Blue, to provide all manufacturing support for the Concord Blue Reformer technology. Development to Continue at 140 MW Waste to Energy CHP Plant Following a successful first two years of operation, the 140 MW combined heat and power (CHP) waste to energy gasification facility in Lahti, Finland is to be Metso Secures Waste to Energy & District Heating Automation Orders in Finland Helsinki, Finland based automation and control systems technology manufacturer, Metso is to supply automation technology to the Tarastenjärvi waste toenergy ... ‘Warmth from Waste’ Project to Expand Combined Heat & Cooling from Waste to Energy An initiative to use waste to energy technology to assist Europe to meet its objectives to decarbonise its energy supply system through district heating and cooling has been launched.