Saxlund wins contract at Swedish district heating plant

Saxlund Bioenergy AB has been awarded an order for delivery of the combustion technology which will make up the heart of Ljusdal Energi’s new biomass fuelled district heating plant in central Sweden.

The order value will be worth around $1.7m to Saxlund, which is a subsidiary of Opcon AB, the energy and environmental technology Group.

The scope includes the delivery of boiler and furnace for the combustion of biomass, primarily moist biofuel like forest residues, woodchips and sawdust.

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Ljusdal Energi’s new plant, which will work as base load in Ljusdal’s district heating network, will have provide10 MW of heat and will be delivered during spring/summer 2014.

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