Aalborg Energie Technik a/s Biomass Boiler Plant
Biomass has become a rapidly increasing energy source for ENGIE Cofely, which has seen an increase in the number of projects using biomass. Most of the projects are based on wood but also on the use of energy crops and cereal waste.
The AET Biomass Boiler was successfully commissioned and handed over at the end of 2011. The official performance test carried out by Bureau Veritas (APR 2013) showed the following performances:
An interesting article has been published in Bioenergy Insight (DEC 2012): "Pedalling towards CHP goals", which explains the environmental impact of the project, environmental regulations in France and project performance.
As a result of the order from ENGIE Cofely for the BCN project in Normandy and the focus on the French market, AET was awarded the French-Danish Trade Union Export Prize 2010.
Video:The biomass-fired cogeneration plant supplies steam to the Saipol factory in Grand-Couronne.
Video from the construction of the BCN plant.
The biomass-fired CHP plant at BCN has an impressive boiler efficiency.
Emissions presented by ENGIE Cofely and AET at PowerGen 2012.