German waste to energy technology manufacturer, Fisia Babcock Environment (FBE) has been awarded contracts worth €90 million to supply equipment to new combined heat and power waste to energy facilities in Finland and Sweden.
In the Swedish city of Linköping, FBE said that it will KV 62 boiler for an extension to the existing Gärstadverket waste incineration plant (pictured) and will carry out engineering, construction work at the project on behalf of Tekniska verken i Linköping AB (TvAB) – one of the largest municipal energy supplier in Sweden.
According to the company, the boiler is the core of the new incineration line, which is set to go into operation in 2016 with an incineration capacity of 260,000 tonnes per year.
Tekniska verken i Linköping has the aim of becoming the most resource efficient region in the world.
FME said that the new waste to energy plant is a significant further building block in attaining this target.
FBE is also set to erect a thermal incineration plant in Tampere, Finland’s third-largest city.
Tammervoima Oy, a subsidiary company of Tampereen Sähkölaitos Oy, has now commissioned FBE with delivering a new 180,000 tonne per year waste to energy incineration facility using its moving grate technology.
The company said that it is responsible for the complete boiler system including firing and ancillary works.
The plant is scheduled to go into operation in 2015 and is specially designed for the incineration of a broad spectrum of waste.