Aalborg Energie Technik a/s Biomass Cogeneration Plant
The plant utilises a combination of a whisky distillery by-product (draff) and wood chips and generates 7.2 MWe – enough to supply 9,000 homes with electricity.
The cogeneration plant also supplies approx. 12 t/h of process steam to an evaporation plant. The CHP plant saves 64 000 tons of CO2/year.
The biomass-fired CHP plant was successfully commissioned and handed over in mid-2013. The official performance test, witnessed by Fichtner, indicated the following performance figures:
As a turnkey supplier, AET has designed, supplied, constructed and commissioned the following:
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The Rothes CoRDe cogeneration plant produces heat and power.
The plant utilises draff which is a by-product from whisky production. This comes from 17 different distilleries and is mixed 50/50 with wood chips.
On 16th April 2013, HRH, Prince Charles, Duke of Rothesay, officially opened the Rothes CoRDe 8.3 MWe biomass-fired combined heat and power plant at Rothes, Morayshire, Scotland.