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Veolia Leading Dubai Sewage Plant Biogas Project (Int'l Report)
Veolia
Date: 2019-10-07
The Municipality of Dubai is reporting a partnership with the French waste-to-energy group Veolia Environment for the conversion of biogas from the Warsan Sewage Treatment Plant into green energy that will be used to power the sewage treatment plant itself.

The project is expected to reduce the annual operating costs of the plant and to cut the plant's CO2 emissions by 31,000 tpy, equivalent to emissions from 7,000 homes in Dubai. The Warsan plant will convert 58,000 cubic meters per day of biogas into electricity when fully operational. (Source: Veolia, Middle East Utilities, 6 Oct. 2019) Contact: Veolia Environnement, www.veolia.com/en

More Low-Carbon Energy News Veolia,  Biogas,  


Valmet Announces BS Energy Biomass Boiler Order (Int'l. Report)
Valmet, BS Energy
Date: 2019-09-06
Espoo, Finland-headquartered Valmet is reporting it will supply a biomass-fired boiler and a flue gas treatment plant to BS Energy's combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Braunschweig, Germany. The roughly €50 million boiler with its auxiliary equipment is in line with BS Energy's energy production strategy 2030 which aims to remove and replace coal-fired boilers by 2022.

The biomass-fired CHP plant will produce approximately 20 MW of electricity and 60 MW of district heat. The CYMIC circulating fluidized bed boiler included in Valmet's delivery will use recycled wood as its primary fuels to generate 27 kg/s of high-pressure steam at a pressure of 75 bar and a temperature of 525 C. The flue gas cleaning system included in the delivery will enable fulfilling the tightening emission standards.

BS Energy, a subsidiary company jointly owned by the City of Braunschweig, Veolia Deutschland GmbH, and Thuga AG, is the regional energy supplier in Braunschweig. (Source: Valmet, PR, Globe Newswire, 3 Sept., 2019) Contact: Valmet, Kai Janhunen, VP, www.valmet.com, www.twitter.com/valmetglobal; BS Energy, +49 531 3838000

More Low-Carbon Energy News Valmet,  BS Energy,  Biomass,  Woody Biomass,  


Acciona Constructing Aussie Thermal Waste-to-Energy Plant (Int'l)
Acciona,Veolia,Macquarie Capital
Date: 2018-10-26
Madrid-headquartered renewable energy giant Acciona reports it will construct a$700 million thermal waste-to-energy plant in the Kwinana Industrial Area south of Perth, Australia. The plant will process up to 400,000 tpy of waste to generate an estimated 36 MW of electricity -- sufficient power for around 50,000 households.

Under the terms ot Acciona's EPC contract with the project developer -- a Macquarie Capital and Phoenix Energy JV -- Acciona's consortium will design, build, operate and maintain the facility. Veolia will operate and maintain the project. (Source: Acciona Website, 18 Oct., 2018) Contact: Acciona, +34 91 663 28 50 / Fax: +34 91 663 28 51, www.acciona.com/?language=en; Macquarie Group, www.macquarie.com; Veolia, www.veolia.com/en

More Low-Carbon Energy News Macquarie Capital,  Veolia,  Acciona,  Waste-to-Energy,  


UK Business Execs Not Setting CO2 Reduction Targets (Int'l)
Veolia
Date: 2018-10-10
In the UK, a recent YouGov poll notes that 61 pct of C-suite executives and energy managers in the UK have not set GHG emission reduction targets across their businesses, despite the potential for achieving cost savings. The poll also found 73 pct of nearly 850 C-suite executives and energy managers claimed sustainability was "very important" for their organization. The survey also found that among respondents with an annual energy expense of £2 million or more, 45 pct rated the condition of their buildings as "OK or poor".

The survey was commissioned by resources management firm Veolia UK, which said the results highlighted the importance of businesses developing long-term energy efficiency plans, particularly in view of the UK's Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES) and Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) Phase 2 regulations. Moreover, under government plans, all larger businesses will be required to report their CO2 emissions from next year, the firm explained. (Source: Veolia UK, BusinessGreen, 8 Oct., 2018) Contact: Veolia UK, Nick Painter, Energy Efficiency Head, www.veolia.com.uk

More Low-Carbon Energy News Veolia ,  Energy Efficiency,  Greenhouse Gas Emissions,  


Toyota Tsusho, Pinnacle Ink Wood Pellet Off-Take Contract (Ind. Report)
Pinnacle Renewable Holdings,Toyota Tsusho
Date: 2018-06-29
British Columbia, Canada-based Pinnacle Renewable Holdings Inc. reports it has entered into new long-term, take-or-pay off-take contracts with customers in South Korea and Japan.

The contract in Japan is Pinnacle's second with Toyota Tsusho Corporation, a trading and investing company and a group member of TOYOTA. Under the terms of the Toyota Tsusho contract, Pinnacle will supply 170,000 metric tpy of industrial wood pellets to Toyota Tsusho beginning in 2021. The industrial wood pellets will be used by Kanda Biomass Energy K.K., which is established by RENOVA, Inc., Sumitomo Forestry Co., Ltd., Veolia Japan K.K. and two other companies, in a biomass power generation plant in Kanda, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan.

The contract in South Korea is with CGN Daesan Power Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of CGN New Energy Holdings Co., Ltd, a diversified independent power producer in Asia.

As a result of these two new contracts, the weighted average remaining life of Pinnacle's portfolio of off-take contracts with customers has been extended from seven years as at March 30, 2018, to more than nine years. (Source; Pinnacle Renewable Holdings, 28 June, 2018) Contact: Pinnacle, Robert McCurdy, CEO, (604) 270-9613, www.pinnaclepellet.com; Toyota Tsusho, www.toyota-tsusho.com/english

More Low-Carbon Energy News Pinnacle Renewable Holdings,  Woody Biomass,  Wood Pellet,  Toyota Tsusho ,  


Japanese Woody Biomass Project Reaches Financial Closure (Int'l)
Renova
Date: 2018-06-29
Japanese renewable energy specialist Renova Inc is reporting the financial close for the 75-MW Kanda woody biomass power generation project in Fukuoka prefecture. The facility will also use wood pellets from Canadian pellet producer Pinnacle Renewable Holdings Inc., as previously reported.

Renova developed and holds a 43.1 pct stake in the project. Sumitomo Forestry Co Ltd holds a 41.5 pct interest. Veolia Japan, Kyuden Mirai Energy Co Inc and Mihara Group are also participating. (Source: Renova Inc., Renewables, 28 June, 2018) Contact: Renova Inc., www.renovainc.jp/en

More Low-Carbon Energy News Renova,  Biomass,  Woody Biomass,  


Enova Completes Mall of the Emirates Solar Installation (Int'l)
Enova
Date: 2018-05-14
In Dubai, UAE commercial developer Majid Al Futtaim is reporting the commissioning of phase one of the Mall of the Emirates' solar photovoltaic (PV) plant. The facility incorporates 7,291 pv panels fitted to 1,068 carports and has a generation capacity of 3 GWh. Renewable energy and project manager Enova by Veolia oversaw the installation.

The project is part of Majid Al Futtaim's Shopping Malls business unit plan to install solar PV to power three of its shopping malls by 2018. The objective is to source a minimum of 7.5 pct of energy use on site via renewable energy at all new developments and a minimum of 5 pct in existing buildings. (Source: ME Construction News, 13 May, 2018) Contact: Enova by Veolia, Anne Le Guennec, CEO, +971 (0) 420 38111, www.enova-me.com; Majid Al Futtaim, www.majidalfuttaim.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Enova,  Solar,  PV,  


Veolia Confirms Georgia, NC Biomass Power Deals (Ind. Report)
Georgia Renewable Power,Veolia Energy
Date: 2018-04-06
Georgia Renewable Power LLC (GRP) reports the selection of Boston-based Veolia Energy Operating Services LLC to operate and maintain three biomass-to-energy facilities located in North Carolina and Georgia -- the 25-MW Lumberton facility in North Carolina and two 66-MW plants in Georgia slated to come into service by mid-2019.

The Lumberton site uses both biomass and poultry litter for fuel and sells its output to Duke Energy under a long-term PPA. The Georgia plants in Carnesville and Colbert will be selling their generated electricity to Georgia Power. Each of them will use approximately 500,000 tpy of biomass and/or poultry litter.

Veolia Energy Operating Services is a division within the North American business unit Veolia Environment SA. (Source: Georbia Power, Veolia, Renewables Now, 4 April, 2018) Contact: Georgia Renewable Power, www.georgiapower.com; Veolia Energy, www.veoliaenergyna.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Georgia Renewable Power,  Veolia Energy,  Biomass,  


Veolia Acquires Hungarian Biomass CHP Plant (Int'l, M&A)
Veolia Environnement
Date: 2018-01-15
Veolia Environnement SA reports its Hungarian subsidiary Veolia Energia Magyarorszag Zrt has completed the acquisition of a 98 pct stake in Bakonyi Eromu Zrtthe, operator of a biomass-fueled combined heat and power (CHP) plant in Hungary. The 1992 vintage plant burns primarily woody biomass and agricultural by-products to 131.6 MW of power and 360 MW of heat.

Financial and other details of the acquisition have not been released. (Source: Veolia Environnement, Renewables, Others, 11 Jan., 2018) Contact: Veolia Environnement, www.veolia.com/en; Bakonyi Eromu Zrtthe, +36 88 211 355, info@mail.bakonyi.hu, www.bakonyi.hu

More Low-Carbon Energy News Veolia,  Biomass,  


Veolia Cuts Univesity'e Power Costs, Carbon Emissions (Int'l)
University of East Anglia
Date: 2017-10-23
French waste-to-energy group Veolia, through its subsidiary Veolia CHP UK, reports it has contracted with University of East Anglia (UEA) in England to help the school cut its carbon emissions.

Under the 10-year contract, Veolia installed two of its combined heat and power (CHP) on the school campus to provide lifetime monitoring and maintenance for the CHP. The new CHP units will enable the school to generate over 80 pct of its electric power needs onsite, reduce costs and cut carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions by approximately 35 pct by 2020 against a 1990 baseline. (Source: Veolia, power-technology.com, 17 Oct., 2017) Contact: University of East Anglia, +44 1603 456161, www.uea.ac.uk; Veolia, www.veolia.com

More Low-Carbon Energy News Veolia,  Carbon Emissions,  CO2,  

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