13 Sep '13, 9am

French Bioenergy Plans Advance

French Bioenergy Plans Advance

A consortium between French industrial boiler supplier Leroux & Lotz Technologies and technology firm Areva has been chosen to develop a new biomass-fired power plant in Commentry, France. Selected following a call for tender by renewable energy independent power producer neoen, the co-generation plant will be able to generate around 15 MW of electrical power and 50 MW of thermal power. Located in the Allier department, the €55 million project will use wood chips as fuel. Areva and its partner Leroux & Lotz Technologies will supply all the equipment and services required for the construction and commissioning of the plant, scheduled for completion in the first quarter of 2015. Areva has completed the construction of two similar biomass power plants, one in Pierrelatte, France (Drôme department) as well as in the Netherlands. To date, the largest biomass power plant in Fran...

Full article: http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/news/article/2013...

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