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Doosan Škoda to supply turbine for Polish waste-to-energy plant

Steam turbine manufacturer Doosan Škoda Power has entered into a contract to supply a one-core DST-S20 steam turbine with complete accessories for a waste-to-energy...

Koehler converts German CHP plant from coal to biomass

The Koehler Group has announced plans to fully convert its power plant at its Oberkirch location in Germany to a combined heat and power...

Doosan Lentjes participates in new Polish waste-to-energy plant

German-based engineering company Doosan Lentjes has been selected as a subcontractor by South Korea’s POSCO Engineering and Construction for the development of a new...

Biomass from wood fuels 5 percent of Georgia electricity

Biomass may not be electricity fuel king in Georgia, but the state definitely is peachy keen on the resource. Last year, the state generated 5...

Baker Hughes, Bloom Energy align on low-carbon generation, hydrogen initiatives

A longtime oilfield services giant and fuel-cell technology developer are uniting for a future drive toward low-carbon power generation and hydrogen energy business. Baker Hughes...

Doosan Škoda supplying 42-MW steam generator to British waste-to-energy plant

A planned waste-to-energy electricity generation project in the United Kingdom will include a 42-MW turbine generator supplied by Czech manufacturer Doosan Škoda Power. Covanta is...

waste to energy funding

Plasco Energy Group received $143 million (US$147.2 million) in growth equity financing for waste-to-energy projects in several countries.

EPC contract for waste to energy project

Units of KBR and Babcock & Wilcox Co. booked a $668 million contract from the Palm Beach County Solid Waste Authority to provide engineering, procurement and construction services for a 95 MW wasted to energy facility.

Waste-to-energy project completed in Ohio

The former Hardy Road Landfill in Akron, Ohio is now operational and supplying electricity to an adjacent city-owned wastewater treatment plant as part of a new waste-to-energy project.

Waste-to-energy joint venture to be formed

Bluesphere Corp., a waste-to-energy developer, announced its wholly-owned subsidiary has signed a Joint Venture Agreement with New York-based Alfa Eco Corp. to form a joint venture that will develop turnkey waste-to-energy projects around the world.

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