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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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Waste-to-Energy Technology - Meath Plant

Located some 40 kilometres north of Dublin, Ireland’s first waste-to-energy plant began delivering electricity to the city’s grid in November 2011. Babcock & Wilcox Renewable (B&W) provided the boiler, combustion grate, combustion control, and selective non-catalytic reduction (SNCR) system.
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Waste-to-Energy Technology — Filbornaverket Plant

The Filbornaverket waste-to-energy plant in Helsingborg produces steam, district heating and electricity. The main fuel is combustible fractions of waste from households, industry and businesses. The plant uses the region’s large quantities of combustible waste to produce electricity and district heating for the local grid.
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Waste-to-Energy Technology — Forus Energigjenvinning 2 AS Plant

Forus 2's recovered energy is utilized for the inhabitants of Sandnes, Sola and Stavanger. Typically, shredding of waste can easily cost about 15 € per ton which is not needed with this B&W solution.
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WtE Combustion Technology — Sundsvall Plant

The Sundsvall waste-fired power plant is the first plant with B&W’s new cast water-cooled grate bars. The boiler is designed with three-vertical passes and horizontal convection part.
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WtE Technology — Trekantområdets Affaldsselskab I/S Plant

In Europe there is an increasing market demand for technologies capable of burning waste with high heating values. In Scandinavia it is common to burn large fractions of industrial waste including demolition wood and different types of biomass. In order to meet the periodically very high heating values, B&W developed new combustion technology that can be adapted to high or fluctuating heating values.
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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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WtE Waste Incineration Technology — Reno Nord Plant

This plant will supply approximately 43 MW of heat to the district heating network in Aalborg. The efficiency is approximately 100%, and the energy produced will supply some 16,000 houses with electricity, and 30,000 houses with district heating.
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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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Innovative Solution for SCR Temperature Control at Low Boiler Loads

A V-Temp temperature control system has been successfully installed on utility steam boilers operating at lower loads.
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Titanium® Intelligent Sootblowing System Improves Performance

Titanium® intelligent sootblowing improves performance at 700 MW plant.
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