The Government grants 34 million to 23 projects of heat and cold networks with renewables, 18 of them biomass
34,6 million euros have been awarded to a total of 23 projects for heating and cold networks with renewable energy, which will be launched in six autonomous communities: Aragón (1), Castilla-La Mancha (6), Castilla y León (8), Catalonia (6), Galicia (1) and Principality of Asturias (1). The Institute for Energy Diversification and Saving, a body under the Ministry for the Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge, published on April 4 the provisional resolution of the call for this line of aid.
Organized by Inseltrade and Avebiom as an informative action of what companies from Finland will present at Expobiomasa, on 9.10.11 MAY at the Valladolid Fair.
Technical trip to Finland in September to discover the latest innovations and business opportunities.
In June a trip to Finland will be organized to learn about the solutions and supplier companies, for example, for renewable energies. Participants will be able to visit supplier factories and renewable energy plants. During the trip the participants will visit the city of Mikkeli, its surroundings and Helsinki, the capital city of Finland. The dates will be from September 18 to 22 (new dates).
Gasum is a Nordic energy company and gas sector expert promoting the circular economy by processing waste and producing biogas and recycled fertilizers in Finland and Sweden. The company's turnover was €1.571,0 million in 2021 and it is 100% owned by the state of Finland.
Stora Enso, a leading supplier of renewable products to the pulp and paper industry, has announced a major multi-billion euro investment to convert an idle paper machine at its Oulu mill in Finland into a production line for consumer carton. As part of the investment, Laitex will design and implement a completely new biofuel receiving station and associated conveyors.
Biofuels are characterized by quality variations, especially in terms of moisture and impurities. These quality variations cause challenges for the operation of power plants and the price of fuel. The quality of the biofuel is reflected in the ease of use, efficiency and maintenance costs of the plant. It is possible to solve these challenges using real-time fuel quality measurement.
The cleanliness of the heat transfer surfaces of biomass boilers is more important than ever, mainly due to the increase in co-firing and the diversification of fuels. Corrosion, fouling and slag formation are phenomena caused by elements contained in fuels (for example chlorine or alkali metals) and have become familiar even in power plants, where the importance of these problems was clearly less in last.
The Finnish firm ANDRITZ OY is a world leader in the supply of plants, technologies and services for the pulp and paper industry, as well as for the bioenergy and hydropower sector. It also provides environmental technologies such as those used in flue gas cleaning plants, whether where operators use standard or more complex fuels.
Sugimat has designed, built and installed a 15MW hot gas generation chamber from the combustion of forest biomass for the French pellet production company Biosyl.
The new Getafe aquatic center that will consume pellets to air-condition the complex is one of the most important in the Community of Madrid. It has 4.000 m2 of facilities, including two swimming pools, multipurpose rooms, changing rooms and an infirmary. It has been a project created with the future in mind, which is why its structure admits extensions, giving the possibility of adding more facilities depending on the need.
Termosun and Pervasive Technologies, together with Imae and Schneider, collaborate to optimize the combustion of biomass in industrial boilers thanks to Artificial Intelligence within the framework of the 3BD-Biomass Boiler Big Data project.
ENSO has signed an agreement with GARCÍA-CARRÍÓN, the leading winery in Europe and fourth in the world, for the construction of a biomass plant for thermal supply under the modality of energy services company (ESE) that will cover 100% of the thermal demand of the production processes of GARCÍA-CARRÍÓN at its Don Simón plant in Huelva.