Enerstena to supply biomass heat plant to Urjala, Finland
Finland-based Nakkila Boilers Oy, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Lithuania-headed Enerstena Group, has announced that it has signed a contract with Airanteen Energia Oy for the delivery of a 1.5 MW biomass heating plant to Urjala, Finland.
According to a statement, the total energy output of the new plant is 1.5 MWth and it will be used to produce heat to the district heating network in Urjala. The primary fuel used is whole woodchips with a moisture content of 20-50 percent. In addition, the heating plant will be able to use sod peat, woodchips from forest residue and bark as fuel.
The new plant will be built next to the current plant. The delivery by Nakkila Boilers includes a full set of boiler equipment with accessories as well as equipment to the fuel storage building. The customer delivery includes electrification and automation as well as the buildings.
The new plant will start producing heat in November 2017. The value of the order has not been disclosed.