Biomass Fuel Handling solution delivered to Szczecin, Poland

PGE is the biggest Polish energy company. With their CHP plant they provide district heating to half of the 400.000 citizens of Szczecin and sell green electricity to the national power grid.

BMH Technology's biomass handling plant is a turnkey process line integrated with the power boiler of ~180 MWth. The fuel handling system consists of truck receiving stations, screening, an open air storage for chips and two silos for willow and pellet integrated with a common conveying system to the fluidised bed boiler.

Customer: PGE GiEK S.A., Szczecin, Poland
Category: CHP plant
Fuel receiving capacity: 800 m3/h  / 4 800 000 m3/a
Fuel preparation capacity: 800 m3/h
Fuel Storage volume: 38 000 m3
Boiler feeding capacity: 300 m3/h
Boiler size and data: ~180 MWth
Main equipment: Chain Reclaimers, TYRANNOSAURUS® BioScreens, Magnet separators, 2 x Silos equipped with 2 x TYRANNOSAURUS® Rotating Screw Reclaimers, Open pile storage with two TYRANNOSAURUS® Traversing Screw Reclaimers and Conveyors to the day silos.
Start-Up: 2011