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Doosan à… koda Power wins first Australian waste-to-energy contract

Doosan … koda Power has supplied Acciona with a steam turbine for the Avertas Waste-to-Energy facility in Australia.

Doosan à… koda to supply turbine for Polish waste-to-energy plant

Doosan … koda Power has entered into a contract to supply a one-core DST-S20 steam turbine with complete accessories for a waste-to-energy plant in Olsztyn, Poland.

Doosan Lentjes wins Polish waste-to-energy plant contract

Doosan Lentjes has been selected as a subcontractor of POSCO Engineering and Construction for the development of a new waste-to-energy facility in Warsaw in Poland.

Doosan à… koda to supply turbine set for UK waste-to-energy plant

Doosan … koda Power has signed a contract with CNIM, to supply a turnkey turbine set for the new energy from waste plant being constructed at Lostock Gralam.

Masdar and Tribe partner to develop Australian waste-to-energy projects

The aim of the JV company is to develop EfW projects across Australia, as well as to support the delivery and management of these projects.

Scottish council selects B&W Renewable to upgrade waste-to-energy plant

In Scotland, Shetland Islands Council has selected technology company B&W Renewable to upgrade the Lerwick waste-to-energy plant.

Doosan wins Polish contract for a new waste-to-energy plant

Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction has been awarded the turnkey contract to supply a new waste-to-energy plant in Olsztyn, Poland.

Viridor selects Valmet to service six UK waste-to-energy plants

Viridor, one of the largest recycling, energy recovery, and waste management companies in the UK, has selected Valmet to maintain six waste-to-energy plants.

ADB backs Maldives’ $151.13 million waste-to-energy project

The ADB is helping the government of Maldives to develop a $151.13 million waste-to-energy plant.

MHI unit to refurbish Tokyo waste-to-energy plant

A division of engineering, procurement and construction firm Mitsubishi Heavy Industries will refurbish a 22MW waste-to-energy power plant in Japan.

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