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10 Secrets to a Great Grate Life | We are Positively Charged
We’re Positively Charged Up!
Earlier this month, B&W Renewable announced a global partnership with Eos Energy Storage LLC through which we will sell and service Eos’ innovative, patented Znyth® zinc battery solution for industrial and utility-scale energy storage. A zinc hybrid cathode solution that is safe, non-flammable and non-corrosive, Znyth battery technology is suitable for a variety of industrial, commercial and utility applications.
10 Secrets to a Great Grate Life
Waste-to-energy boiler operators know: thermal and mechanical grate wear increases maintenance costs. As a fuel, waste tends to be unpredictable and varies over time. It presents challenges for the plant, and can cause mechanical, thermal and chemical wear. The good news is there is a way to characterize waste fuel and predict calorific values. Two B&W experts offer suggestions to optimize combustion and minimize grate wear.
B&W Boilers Turn Up the Heat in Canada
B&W Thermal will design, manufacture and supply two industrial boilers to Creative Energy for district heating in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. The two water-tube package boilers, designed to fire natural gas or fuel oil, will be manufactured in our Monterrey, Mexico, facility.
No time to waste to plan for waste
We aren’t letting a pandemic stop us from connecting with customers and discussing plans for advancing renewable technology around the world! Earlier this month, B&W participated in the 9th World Waste-to-Energy & Resources Summit, originally planned to be held in the U.K. but switched to a virtual event due to travel restrictions and COVID-19 health and safety concerns. B&W Chief Operating Officer Jimmy Morgan was a featured panelist for the event’s roundtable discussion with industry executives on project collaboration modeling. Several other B&W experts conducted virtual meetings with customers throughout the three-day event. Want to learn more about our waste-to-energy technology?
Taiwan Power upgrade project
B&W Thermal will design and supply industry leading low-NOx combustion technology and an innovative pulverizer system upgrade for Taiwan Power Company’s Taichung Power Plant in Longjing District, Taichung, Taiwan. The contracts total more than $15 million.
Did you know?
B&W powered New York City’s first subway in 1902. Today, it is one of the world’s oldest, longest and most used public transit systems in the world, with an annual ridership of nearly 1.7 billion people.