B&W Vàƒ¸lund in Danish CHP deal

Babcock & Wilcox subsidiary Babcock & Wilcox Vàƒ¸lund A/S has been awarded a contract worth more than $80 million to build a 280 MWth biomass boiler system for the Skàƒ¦rbàƒ¦kvàƒ¦rket power plant (pictured) near Fredericia, Denmark.

The plant, owned by DONG Energy Thermal Power A/S, will consist of two 140 MW biomass-fired boilers used to supply district heating and power to residents in the region. Its boilers will be fuelled primarily by wood chips, as well as other biomass residue.

B&W Vàƒ¸lund’s scope of supply includes design, manufacture, supply, construction and commissioning of the plant’s boiler system.

“This project reflects B&W’s ongoing strategic effort to deploy its clean energy, biomass and waste-to-energy technologies globally,” said B&W PGG president and chief operating officer J. Randall Data.

The plant is scheduled for completion in April 2017 with engineering and design work for the Skàƒ¦rbàƒ¦kvàƒ¦rket project set to begin shortly.

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