Aalborg Energie Technik a/s Biomass Cogeneration Plant:
The boiler plant was the third plant delivered to Pfleiderer AG by AET and was mentioned as Best Available Technology (BAT) in the IPPC report "Large Combustion Plants" published by the EU in 2006.
The combined heat and power (CHP) plant annually burns approx. 120,000 tonnes of contaminated wood, wood waste, demolition wood, saw and sander dust.
The biomass-fired boiler plant was commissioned in 2000.
The plant was designed to have a very high availability as the chipboard plant typically operates 360 days per year.
From 2012 to 2015, the CHP plant has operated between 8,350 hours and 8,520 hours per year (latest figures known).
After three successful projects there is a continued, close cooperation between Pfleiderer AG and AET. This cooperation covers optimisations of performance as well as reduction of maintenance costs.
“Best Available Technology" (BAT) stated the IPPC report "Large Combustion Plants" (2006 published by the EU) about the Pfleiderer Gütersloh CHP plant.
A 3D view of this AET co-generation plant commissioned in Gütersloh, Germany.