BMH Technology to supply a solid recovered fuel and biofuel handling system to the new power plant in Naistenlahti of Tampere, Finland
Press release 2.7.2020 2 p.m.
Tampereen Sähkölaitos will build a new approx. 200 MW power plant in Naistenlahti of Tampere, Finland. BMH Technology Oy will supply a solid recovered fuel and biofuel handling system to the new plant. Value of the order is close to 15 M€. The order will have significant employment impact.
The turnkey delivery of BMH Technology Oy will consist of biofuel receiving (1,000 m3/h), fuel quality control system, renewals of fuel storages and conveying systems to the boiler. For the solid recovered fuel, BMH Technology Oy will supply a separate quality control station, fuel storage and conveying systems to the boiler. The entire fuel handling plant will be handed over to the customer at the end of 2022.
With the new plant, the greenhouse gas emissions of Tampere city will diminish significantly, and the effects will be large also on a national scale. The new plant will replace old combustion technology and increase the use of renewable fuels. The reduction of greenhouse gas emissions equals to that of converting 30,000 average oil-heated households to using renewable fuels.
BMH Technology Oy is a global supplier of waste and biofuel handling systems. While BMH supplied a biofuel system to Naistenlahti power plant also in 2009, this new contract marks a significant continuation to the cooperation of BMH Technology and Tampereen Sähkölaitos.
For further information, please contact:
Mikko Osara, President and CEO, BMH Technology Oy, tel. +358 40 841 8804