Andritz to equip biomass power plant in Sweden

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Andritz Energy & Environment (AE&E), part of international technology Group Andritz, has received an order from energy utility Mjölby-Svartadalen Energi (MSE) to supply a biomass-fired combined heat and power plant (CHP) for the town of Mjölby, Sweden. Start-up is scheduled for the third quarter of 2015.

The scope of supply comprises an EcoFluid bubbling fluidized bed boiler with a capacity of 35 MW, the fuel handling and flue gas cleaning systems, as well as a steam turbine with all auxiliary systems.

The new biomass power plant will supply renewable energy for the district heating supply to the town of Mjölby (26,000 inhabitants) in southern Sweden.

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