Denmark's Helsingør Kraftvarmeværk A/S opts for LAB flue gas treatment for its biomass power plant
Whilst the city of Helsingør (Elsinore) is renowned as the inspiration for Shakespeare's tragedy, Hamlet, it is also well known for the attention paid by industrialists and energy producers to controlling their greenhouse gas emissions.
Helsingør Kraftvarmeværk A/S is a major player in the supply of utilities (electricity, district heating and water) and energy recovery from waste.
The contract won by LAB is part of the plan to change the Helsingør power plant over to an alternative fuel. Currently running on gas, the plant is being converted to biomass in order to meet the energy and environmental performance targets for Helsingør Kraftvarmeværk A/S, in particular the reduction in CO2 emissions.
LAB is charged with the design, engineering, supply, installation and commissioning of a combined flue gas treatment system, namely a SecoLAB® dry process followed by an installation combining flue gas condensation and humidification of combustion air.
The Helsingør power plant will therefore soon become a combined heat and electricity generator using one and the same fuel, biomass. The plant will have an electrical capacity of 16 MW and a thermal capacity of 58,5 MW on the urban heating grid, 15 MW of which will be derived from flue gas condensation. Commissioning is planned for winter 2018-2019.
It should be noted that this contract reaffirms the confidence that this client's parent company has already placed in LAB. In fact, LAB has just started up the flue gas treatment installation with condensation system for the new energy recovery from waste line at the Nordforbrænding plant in Hørsholm (10 tonnes/hour of household waste) for its client Norfors, also a shareholder in Helsingør Kraftvarmeværk.
LAB, which offers a complete range of flue gas treatment processes, uses all types of biomass fuel: domestic wood, wood-chips, bagasse and cereal straw.
About Helsingør Kraftvarmeværk A/S
The company is jointly owned by I/S Norfors, the authority delegated by five municipalities in North Zealand (Allerød, Fredensborg, Elsinore, Hørsholm and Rudersdal) to manage their municipal waste, and Supply Elsinore (Forsyning Helsingør A/S), an electricity, water and district heating supplier.
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LAB is pleased to announce the official start of its contract for the design, engineering, supply, erection & commissioning of the flue gas treatment and the flue gas condensation plants for the HOFOR Energiproduktion BIO4 facility in Denmark.
The BIO4 facility is being developped as part of the conversion of the Amagervaerket combined heat and power (CHP) plant, and will replace an aging coal-fired line of the plant with an entirely new one processing only woodchips with a capacity of about 500 MW fuel input, representing a total of 1.2 million tons of woodchips per year.
The flue gas treatment plant is designed for a nominal flow of 825'000 Nm3/h. It is composed of :
The start of the works on site for LAB is scheduled for September 2017.
The facility will further enhance LAB's references in Copenhagen area with the Amager Bakke waste-to-energy plant, 2 lines equipped with LAB flue gas cleaning and currently under commissioning, which is located less than 500 meters from HOFOR CHP plant.
We have the pleasure to welcome Denis BAUER as new Managing Director of LAB for the offices of Lyon, Stuttgart and La Seyne sur Mer.
Denis is taking over from Thomas Feilenreiter who will ensure from now on the Managing Director’s Position of «Waste & Energy Management Solutions» (WEMS) Business Unit of CNIM. Thomas will remain involved in LAB activities as Chairman of the Board.
Denis, who was acting as Managing Director for Areva Renewables in India, has a huge experience of Environment and he will assure the continuity of LAB know-how and excellence as well as continue its geographical expansion and development of new markets.
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