BWSC secures first order in more than one year

The power plant producer has signed a deal to build and maintain a biomass boiler in Belgium – which, though, is less than one tenth the capacity of the system initially intended by the customer.

BWSC also built the biomass plant in Kent, commissioned in 2018. | Photo: Kent Renewable Energy

Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC) has landed an order from Belgium. The Danish company will manage the design and delivery of the feeding system, the boiler and flue gas treatment system for a 20MWe biomass power plant, which project developer Belgian Eco Energy (BEE) is installing on behalf of Gentse Warmte Centrale at the Port of Ghent's coal terminal. After the project is expectedly commissioned in early, a 15-year service agreement will enter force, BWSC informs in a press statement.

According to BEE, an investment sum of approximately EUR 100 million will be spent on the project. The power plant maker declines, however, to disclose the full economic scale of its contract but notes that both Belgium and other European countries might need similar systems.

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