Babcock & Wilcox Vølund has been awarded a contract worth approximately $35 million to design, supply and construct a waste to energy boiler for a combined heat and power plant in Boden, Sweden.
Danish waste to energy technology firm, Babcock & Wilcox Vølund, a part of US company Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. , has been awarded a contract worth approximately $35 million to design, supply and construct a waste to energy boiler for a combined heat and power plant in Boden, Sweden.
Vølund’s customer, Bodens Energi AB (BEAB), is a municipally owned producer and distributor of electricity and heating.
The boiler, featuring a DynaGrate® combustion grate system and with a thermal capacity of 35MW, will be added to BEAB’s existing plant and will supply steam for power generation and district heating.
B&W Vølund completed the existing Boden facility in 2008. “Waste to energy continues to be a proven, clean and reliable technology to address the energy and waste disposal needs of our customers in Europe.” Commented Jimmy Morgan, senior vice president of B&W’s Renewable business segment.
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