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B&W Vølund Signs Licensing Agreement To Provide Biomass Grate Technology to Asian Markets

2/26/2019

(BARBERTON, Ohio – February 26, 2019) – Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE:BW) (B&W) announced today that its Denmark-based subsidiary, Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S, has signed a licensing agreement to provide its water-cooled vibrating grate technology for biomass boilers to thyssenkrupp Industries India Pvt. Limited on an exclusive basis for projects in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Myanmar and Bhutan.
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B&W Turns Over Innovative Denmark Renewable Energy Project to Amager Ressourcecenter

2/4/2019

(BARBERTON, Ohio – February 4, 2019) – Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE:BW) (B&W) announced today that its subsidiary, Babcock & Wilcox Vølund A/S (B&W Vølund), has successfully turned over the leading-edge Amager Bakke / Copenhill waste-to-energy plant near Copenhagen, Denmark, to its customer, Amager Ressourcecenter (ARC).
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B&W Closes Sale of Palm Beach Resource Recovery Corporation

9/18/2018

(CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Sept. 18, 2018) – Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. (NYSE:BW) announced today that it has closed its previously announced sale of Palm Beach Resource Recovery Corporation (PBRRC) to a subsidiary of Covanta Holding Corporation for $45 million, subject to adjustment. 
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Koen W. Bogers Named Managing Director of B&W Vølund

12/7/2017

(ESBJERG, DENMARK – December 7, 2017) – Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. (B&W) announced today that Koen W. Bogers has been named Managing Director of its Denmark-based Renewable energy subsidiary, Babcock & Wilcox Vølund (B&W Vølund).
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B&W Provides Update on U.K. Renewable Projects

9/27/2017

(CHARLOTTE, N.C. – September 27, 2017) – Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises, Inc. (B&W) (NYSE:BW) reported that it has identified a structural steel issue at a renewable energy project in the United Kingdom.  Management believes that the issue is the result of an engineering error by a subcontractor, and work has been stopped at the project pending further investigation.  Additionally, while the issue has not manifested itself in other projects, the company has proactively stopped work at two renewable projects in the United Kingdom that have similar engineering designs.
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