DENMARK CHP

KEITH NUTHALL
THE EUROPEAN Investment Bank is developing plans to lend Euro 43 million to Danish company Leverandorforeningen af 1990 AmbA to build and operate a medium-sized CHP municipal waste incineration plant.

Consisting of one incineration line with a treatment capacity of 24t/h and an energy output capacity of 46 MWth and 16.5 Mwe, the plants would be sited in MÃ¥de, an industrial zone in the city of Esbjerg, on Denmark's west coast.

The project is part of a communal waste management plan to increase CHP incineration capacity in order ...


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