Success Stories

From The Leader in Clean Power Production Technologies

Shenzhen Energy Environmental Engineering, Shenzhen, China

B&W was selected to design a Vølund™ waste-to-energy (WtE) combustion system and boiler for Shenzhen Energy Environmental Engineering Co. The 5,600 tons per day plant is among the world’s largest and was completed in 2020.
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I/S REFA Waste Incineration to Energy — Nykøbing Falster Plant

The I/S REFA waste incineration plant in Nykøbing Falster, Denmark is jointly owned by 13 municipalities. The company collects and treats all kinds of waste from households and industries on the two islands of Lolland and Falster, a total of about 200,000 tons/year. The majority of the waste is either combusted or recycled.
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Waste-to-Energy Technology – L90 Esbjerg Plant

B&W supplied the complete incinerator with state-of-the-art Waste-to-Energy technology which included waste crane, feed chute, feed grate and five-section combustion grate, combustion air system, auxiliary burners, ash conveyors for slag and fly ash from the boiler hoppers, feed water pumps with controls.
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Likeng II: Guangzhou, China

Babcock & Wilcox Vølund’s license partner Grantop (Guangzhou Environment Protection Investment Co. Ltd.) has completed the Likeng II waste-to-energy plant in Guangzhou, China. The plant is one of the largest Chinese waste-to-energy plants and it is specifically designed for Chinese waste. This includes the waste characteristics with high moisture and low calorific value.
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Amager Bakke / Copenhill

Copenhagen’s state-of-the-art Amager Bakke sets new standards for environmental performance, energy efficiency and waste treatment capacity.
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Skærbækværket / Skaerbaek Power Plant - Biomass

Babcock & Wilcox Renewable (B&W) designed, manufactured and commissioned two biomass boilers for the Skærbækværket power plant in Denmark. The project allows the combined heating and power plant to supply approximately 60,000 households with clean and reliable district heating and electricity while reducing carbon emissions.
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Waste-to-Energy Technology - Måbjergværket

Måbjergværket is the first CHP plant in Denmark to use a fuel combination consisting of waste, wood chips, straw and natural gas. Måbjergværket supplies the approx. 55.000 inhabitants of the cities of Struer and Holstebro with direct heating.
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Nordforbrænding Waste-to-Energy Plant

New combined heat- and power-producing WtE line designed for burning 10 tonnes of waste per hour increases energy efficiency from 70% to 99%.
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Large Capacity Municipal Solid and Industrial Waste (RDF) Line – Högdalen Plant

With a combustion capacity of 37 tonnes waste an hour (9.2 MJ/kg), the Högdalen unit is characterized by flexibility. The plant is capable of burning municipal solid waste (MSW) and industrial waste – mainly refuse-derived fuel (RDF). B&W’s supply includes a furnace/boiler with economiser, a complete ash/slag system and a system for transporting fly ash from the boiler rear pass.
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Palm Beach Renewable Energy Facility No. 2

Ranking as the cleanest, most efficient plant of its kind in the world, this engineered, designed, procured and constructed WtE facility reduces landfill volume by 90%.
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Award-Winning Palm Beach Renewable Energy Facility No. 1

PBREF No. 1 was awarded the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) 2009 Large Waste-to-Energy Facility Recognition Award for outstanding performance among facilities in North America.
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Waste-to-Energy Technology — Peterborough Plant

The plant processes local residual household, commercial and industrial waste. It generates 7.25 MW of green energy, contributing to Peterborough Council’s Blue Sky project to provide sustainable energy in a smart city environment.
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