Usitall to develop the next generation of efficient waste-to-energy facility in Linköping, Sweden
Linköping, the Swedish capital of modern waste-to-energy solutions has given Usitall the assignment to jointly with the Tekniska Verken group develop the next generation of super-efficient waste-to-energy facility, replacing one of the older plants.
The new facility will have very high energy efficiency and contain the latest technology regarding emission control. The plant will be a Combined Heat and Power plant (CHP) with the capacity of 80 MW heat providing 25.000 households with low priced heat and electricity and treat 150.000 tons of European municipal solid waste that otherwise would have been dumped. The plant shall be commissioned 2016 and Usitall will be involved with key expertise in the fields of project management, technical design and financing of the plant.
- We are honoured to have been chosen for this project since Sweden in general and maybe Linköping in particular are leaders in waste-to-energy solutions. The technological and environmental achievements and experiences of the project will also become available in other projects Usitall are developing in Central and Eastern Europe, says Usitall’s CEO Mattias Philipsson. - We are thereby able to provide a fast and secure path to waste-to-energy for these cities and municipalities and to make sure that we deliver the best solutions the market currently can offer, Mattias continues.
Usitall is a Swedish company with roots in and strong connections to the municipality of Linköping, acting as an independent waste-to-energy developer operating mainly in Central and Eastern Europe. Usitall initiates and develops strong and attractive projects based on favourable commercial conditions, thereby offering a fast and secure path to environmentally sound solid waste treatment and competitively priced renewable energy based on proven and trusted technology.
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