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INDUSTRIAL WASTE HEAT UTILISATION

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
voestalpine Tubulars GmbH & Co KG, AT Heat recovery of industrial flue gas streams of a steel works, Kindberg (Styria, Austria) 2011 Technical design of the plant concept of the overall plant within the program "New Energy 2020" of the Austrian climate and energy fund; Project title: "Storage-supported power generation from discontinuous waste heat streams with an ORC-plant at voestalpine Tubulars GmbH & Co KG"
Wopfinger Baustoffindustrie GmbH, AT Heat recovery of industrial flue gas streams of a cement plant, Waldegg (Lower Austria, Austria) 2009 Preliminary design of the overall plant within the program "New Energy 2020" of the Austrian climate and energy fund; Project title: "Innovative low temperature and waste heat utilisation in the cement manufacturing process using absorption pump technology"
Summerleaze Ltd., UK Steam generation with waste heat from an existing biogas plant with gas engine / Holsworthy (Devon, England) 2009 Preliminary design
HRS - Heat Recovery Solutions Ltd., ZA Heat and power production by waste heat recovery of industrial waste heat based on an ORC cycle / Secunda (Mpumalanga, South Africa) 2009 Preliminary design
Wietersdorfer&Peggauer Zementwerke GmbH, AT Heat and power production by waste heat recovery of industrial flue gas streams of a cement plant based on an ORC cycle / Wietersdorf (Carinthia, Austria) 2008 Preliminary design of the overall plant within the program "New Energy 2020" of the Austrian climate and energy fund; Project title: "Waste heat utilisation: Utilisation possibilities of industrial waste heat for the production of hot water and power supply for industrial and municipal purposes".
RHI AG, AT
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Heat and power production by waste heat recovery of industrial flue gas streams based on an ORC cycle – RHI AG / Radenthein (Carinthia, Austria) 2007 Nominal thermal capacity: 5.8 MW flue gas / thermal oil heat exchanger; nominal electric capacity: 1.0 MW ORC process; Start of operation: 2009.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of funding application, energetic and economic optimisation of the overall plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design and supervision of construction and commissioning of the overall plant
Holzindustrie Stallinger, CH Heat recovery from an existing CHP-plant / Domat (Grisons, Switzerland) 2006 District heating capacity: approx. 14.5 MWth; length of pipe network: approx. 2,200 m; start of operation: 2007.
Detailed design and supervision of construction and commissioning of the heating network.
M. Kaindl Holzindustrie, AT Waste heat recovery by flue gas condensation / Holzindustrie KAINDL (Salzburg, Austria) 1997 District heating capacity: approx. 16.0 MWth; length of pipe network: 14,000 m; start of operation: 2000.
Energy master plan, feasibility study, emission forecast, environmental and technological assessment, detailed calculation of the flue gas condensation unit, preparation of the proposal for funding under the EU-THERMIE programme.
Biochemie GmbH, AT Waste heat recovery for district heat utilisation and design of pipe network / BIOCHEMIE Kundl GmbH (Tyrol, Austria) 1995 District heating capacity: 13.0 MWth; length of pipe network: 17,000 m; start of operation: 1996.
Energy master plan, feasibility study, emission forecast, technological assessment, detailed design of the waste heat recovery process and of the district heating network, supervision of construction.

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BIOMASS DISTRICT HEATING PLANTS AND PROCESS HEAT SUPPLY

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
austriamicrosystems AG, AT
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Process heat supply based on a biomass steam boiler plant / austriamicrosystems AG (Styria, Austria) 2011 Nominal thermal capacity: 3.5 MW biomass steam boiler.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant.
Holzindustrie Lenzing GmbH, AT Process heat supply based on a biomass hot water boiler plant – Holzindustrie Lenzing (Upper Austria, Austria) 2010 Nominal thermal capacity: 3.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.1 MW pressurised hot water economiser; start of operation: 2010.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant.
Stadtwärme Lienz Produktions- und Vertriebs-GmbH, AT Biomass district heating plant Lienz – extension Stadtwärme Lienz (Tyrol, Austria) 2009 Nominal thermal capacity: 5.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.4 MW pressurised hot water economiser.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application and preparation of permit applications.
Fernwärme Weiz GmbH, AT Biomass district heating plant Weiz – extension Fernwärme Weiz (Styria, Austria) 2009 Nominal thermal capacity: 6.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler; start of operation: 2010.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant.
Gemeinde Werfenweng, AT Biomass district heating plant / Werfenweng (Salzburg, Austria) 2008 Preliminary design
HERMES Schleifmittel GmbH, AT Utilisation of discharged air from the production of abrasive materials as combustion air for a biomass thermal oil boiler for the process heat supply and for the heating of a thermal-catalytic post-combustion / HERMES Abrasives GmbH; Bad St.Leonhard (Carinthia, Austria) 2008 Preliminary design
Holzindustrie Lenzing GmbH, AT Process heat supply Holzindustrie / Lenzing (Upper Austria, Austria) 2008 Length of pipe network: ca. 220 m; start of operation: 2008.
preparation of funding application, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant - implementation of the biomass boiler including the backfitting of the hydronic installations
Tilly Holzindustrie Gesellschaft m.b.H., AT
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Heat extraction/process heat supply, plant enlargement -/ Tilly Holzindustrie Althofen (Carinthia, Austria) 2008 Nominal thermal capacity: 4.0 MW oil heated hot water boiler; start of operation: 2008.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant - process heat extraction and implementation of the oil boiler in the overall heating system
Borodino Company, RU Process heat supply for a pellets production plant based on a biomass hot water boiler / Petrozavodsk (Karelia, Russia) 2007 Preliminary design
Holinger AG, CH Biomass based district heating and process heat supply / Sursee (Lucerne, Switzerland) 2007 Preliminary design
Unser Lagerhaus Warenhandelsgesellschaft m.b.H., AT Process steam supply based on a biomass steam boiler plant / Lagerhaus Klagenfurt (Carinthia, Austria) 2007 Preliminary design
Förderungsgenossenschaft Ulten, IT Biomass district heating plant / St. Pankraz im Ultental (South Tyrol, Italy) 2007 Plant extension
Gemeinde Sulzberg, AT Biomass district heating plant / Sulzberg-Thal (Vorarlberg, Austria) 2007 Preliminary design
Saturn GmbH, IT Biomass district heating plant / Stange (South Tyrol, Italy) 2007 Preliminary design
Tirol Milch reg.Gen.m.b.H., AT
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Process steam supply based on a biomass steam boiler plant / Tirol Milch Wörgl (Tyrol, Austria) 2006 Nominal fuel capacity: 7.2 MW ; steam capacity: 9.2 t/h ; start of operation: 2007.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant.
Lenhart der Tischler GmbH, AT
Biomass district heating plant / Zams (Tyrol, Austria) 2006 Preliminary design
M. Kaindl Holzindustrie, AT
Biomass heating plant / Holzindustrie Kaindl (Salzburg, Austria) 2006 Preliminary design
Springer Maschinenfabrik AG, AT
Biomass district heating plant / Friesach (Carinthia, Austria) 2006 Optimisation of the plant and extension of the district heating system
Gemeinde Proveis, IT
Biomass district heating plant / Proveis (South Tyrol, Italy) 2006 Dimensioning of the pipe network
Fernwärme Weiz GmbH, AT District heat supply Weiz (Styria, Austria);
Dimensioning of the pipe network
2004 Preliminary design and preparation of bids
Local Energy, US
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Biomass district heating plant in Santa Fe (New Mexico, USA) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 1.4 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.1 MW pressurised hot water economiser; length of pipe network: approx. 5,500 m; start of operation: 2004.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, technical and economic optimisation of the district heating network and the biomass heating plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and commissioning of the district heating network and the biomass heating plant, project performed in cooperation with Ingenieurteam Bergmeister GmbH, South Tyrol.
Gemeinde Lajen, IT
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Biomass district heating plant / Lajen (South Tyrol, Italy) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 0.35 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler; length of network: approx. 1,000 m; start of operation: 2002/2003.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of applications for funding; technical and economic optimisation of the district heating network and plant, preparation of permit applications; detailed design of the district heating network and biomass combustion plant, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant.
SEL AG, IT Biomass district heating plant / Latzfons and Verdings (South Tyrol, Italy) 2002 Preliminary design
Förderungsgenossenschaft Ulten, IT
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Biomass district heating plant / St. Nikolaus im Ultental (South Tyrol, Italy) 2002 Nominal thermal capacity: 0.6 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.06 MW pressurised hot water economiser; length of pipe network: approx. 2,200 m; start of operation: 2004.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant.
Steirische Fernwärme GmbH, AT Biomass district heating plant / Haus im Ennstal (Styria, Austria) 2001 Preliminary design and preparation of plant application
Steirische Fernwärme GmbH, AT District heat supply, Admont (Styria, Austria) 2001 Preliminary design
Konrad Gruber OHG, IT Biomass district heating plant / Sawmill Gruber, Morter (South Tyrol, Italy) 2001 Preliminary design
Gemeinde Unsere Liebe Frau im Walde, IT Biomass district heating plant / Unsere Liebe Frau im Walde (South Tyrol, Italy) 2001 Preliminary design
Bäuerliche Genossenschaft Biomasse Fernwärme Sulzberg, AT
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Biomass district heating plant / Sulzberg (Vorarlberg, Austria) Plant extension 2006 2001 Nominal thermal capacity: 0.6 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.4 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.1 MW pressurised hot water economiser; length of pipe network: approx. 4,800 m; start of operation: 2002; plant enlargement: 2007.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall plant.
Vorarlberger Kraftwerke AG, AT
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Biomass district heating plant / Lech am Arlberg (Vorarlberg, Austria) 1998 Nominal thermal capacities: 5.0 MW + 2.5 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 1.5 MW flue gas condensation unit; length of pipe network: approx. 15,000 m; start of operation: 1999.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; detailed design and supervision of construction of the biomass furnace and boiler, flue gas cleaning system and the flue gas condensation unit.
Förderungsgenossenschaft Ulten, IT
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Biomass district heating plant / St. Walburg im Ultental (South Tyrol, Italy) 1998 Nominal thermal capacity: 1.4 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.12 MW pressurised hot water economiser; length of pipe network: approx. 10,300 m; start of operation: 2000.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, technical and economic optimisation of the district heating network and plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction of the overall plant including the network of pipes; support of commissioning and acceptance, plant monitoring and process optimisation.
Förderungsgenossenschaft Ulten, IT
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Biomass district heating plant / St. Pankraz im Ultental (South Tyrol, Italy) 1998 Nominal thermal capacity: 0.6 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 0.06 MW pressurised hot water economiser; length of pipe network: approx. 1,500 m; start of operation: 2000.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, technical and economic optimisation of the district heating network and plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction of the overall plant including the network of pipes; support of commissioning and acceptance, plant monitoring and process optimisation.
Fernwärmeversorgungs GmbH, AT
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Biomass district heating plant / Tamsweg - EU-THERMIE demonstration project (Salzburg, Austria) 1995 Nominal thermal capacities: 5.0 MW + 3.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 1.6 MW flue gas condensation; length of pipe network: 22,000 m; start of operation: 1996.
Preliminary design and detailed design of the innovative plant components: biomass drying unit, newly designed biomass furnace with integrated fractionated heavy metal separation and NOx reduction by primary measures, improved and computer-aided plant control and monitoring system, flue gas condensation unit with integrated sludge/condensate separation; monitoring and process optimisation including flue gas measurements and ash analyses over a two-year period, documentation of the whole project.

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BIOMASS COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANTS ON AN ORC CYCLE

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
AS Kuressaare Soojus, EE
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Kuressaare (Saare, Estonia) 2010 Nominal thermal capacity: 9.8 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 2.2 MW thermal oil economiser; nominal electric capacity: 2.2 MW ORC process; Start of operation: planned 2012.
Detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant, plant monitoring and process optimisation.
Marstal Fjernvarme a.m.b.a., DK
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Next generation CHP plant with an ORC plant based on a hybrid system consisting of biomass combustion and solar energy, Marstal (AERO, Denmark) 2010 Nominal thermal capacity: 3,24 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0,91 MW thermal oil economiser; nominal electric capacity: 750 kW ORC-Prozess; Start of operation: planned.
detailed design of the biomass CHP plant; CFD-simulation of the biomass furnace and the thermal oil boiler, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the biomass CHP plant.
austriamicrosystems AG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Unterpremstätten (Styria, Austria) 2010 Preliminary design
Solor Bioenergi Holding AS, NO Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Rajghat, Daragaon (Bangladesh) 2009 Preliminary design
Konrad Lanz GmbH, IT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Mühlbach (South Tyrol, Italy) 2009 Preliminary design
EFR Managemet LLP, FR Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Lanouée Forest (Brittany, France) 2009 Preliminary design
TIGAS-Erdgas Tirol GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) 2008 Preliminary design
Gaulhofer Vertrieb GmbH & Co KG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Übelbach (Styria, Austria) 2008 Preliminary design
Holzindustrie Lenzing GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Lenzing (Upper Austria, Austria) 2007 Preliminary design
Holinger AG, CH Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Volketswil (Zurich, Switzerland) 2007 Preliminary design
Stadtbetriebe Mariazell Gesellschaft m.b.H., AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Mariazell (Styria, Austria)
2007 Preliminary design and preparation of permit applications
Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, DE
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Allendorf (Germany) 2006 Nominal thermal capacity: 1.1 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.1 MW thermal oil economiser + 0.11 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 0.18 MW ORC process; Start of operation: 2008.
Preliminary design of the overall CHP plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant, plant monitoring and process optimisation.
Fernheizwerk Olang GmbH, IT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Olang (South Tyrol, Italy) 2006 Nominal thermal capacity: 4.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.15 MW pressurised hot water economiser; existing boiler: 2 x 4 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 1.2 MW flue gas condensation unit; nominal electric capacity: 0.72 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2007.
Preliminary design of the overall CHP plant, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant.
Josko Fenster und Türen GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Josko Fenster und Türen GmbH, Kopfing (Upper Austria, Austria) 2006 Nominal thermal capacity: 1.1 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.1 MW thermal oil economiser + 0.15 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 0.2 MW ORC process; Start of operation: 2008.
Preliminary design of the overall CHP plant, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant, plant monitoring and process optimisation.
Förderungsgenossenschaft Ulten, IT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle - enlargement of existing district heating plant / St.Walburg in Ultental (South Tyrol, Italy) 2006 Nominal thermal capacity: 1.2 MW thermal oil boiler incl. thermal oil economiser + 0.13 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 0,2 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2007.
Preliminary design of the overall plant; preparation of funding application, technical and economic optimisation of the plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction of the overall plant; support of commissioning and acceptance, plant monitoring and process optimisation.
Koralm Energie GmbH, AT
Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Deutschlandsberg (Styria, Austria) 2005 Preliminary design
Holy and Great Monastery of Vatopaidi, GR Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle (Mount Athos, Greece) 2005 Preliminary design and preparation of permit applications
Wärme- und Energiegenossenschaft Ahrntal, IT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Ahrntal (South Tyrol, Italy) 2005 Preliminary design
Northland Forest Products Ltd., CA Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Northland Forest (Fort McMurray, AB, Kanada) 2005 Preliminary design
Fernwärmeversorgungs GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / District heating plant Tamsweg (Salzburg, Austria) 2005 Nominal electric capacity: 3.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.5 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 0.5 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2006.
Preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications and detailed design of the overall CHP plant, supervision of construction, commissioning and acceptance of the CHP plant. Preparation of funding and permit applications in cooperation with SEEGEN, Salzburg.
Tilly Holzindustrie Gesellschaft m.b.H., AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / TILLY Holzindustrie Ges.m.b.H., Treibach/Althofen (Carinthia, Austria) 2004 Nominal thermal capacity: 10 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.5 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 1.5 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2005/2006.
Preliminary design of the overall CHP plant, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant.
Gemeindebetriebe Frohnleiten, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Frohnleiten (Styria, Austria) 2004 Preliminary design and preparation of permit applications
Fernwärmeversorgungsgenossenschaft Vitis, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Horn, Vitis and Waidhofen (Lower Austria, Austria) 2004 Preliminary design
Fa. MAWERA Holzfeuerungsanlagen GesmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Sterzing (South Tyrol, Italy) 2003 Preliminary design
Weitzer-Parkett GmbH&CoKG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Weitzer Parkett, Weiz (Styria, Austria) 2003 Preliminary design
Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Längenfeld (Tyrol, Austria) 2003 Nominal thermal capacities: 4.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 6.5 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.2 MW flue gas condensation unit; nominal electric capacity: 1.1 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2003.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for national funding; technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit, preparation of permit applications, detailed design and supervision of construction of the overall CHP plant, detailed design and support concerning the supervision of coordination of the district heating network.
Stadtwärme Lienz Produktions- und Vertriebs-GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle – extension Stadtwärme Lienz (Tyrol, Austria) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 8.7 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.3 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 1.5 MW ORC processes; start of operation: 2005.
Preliminary design of the overall CHP plant, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, detailed design and supervision of construction of the CHP plant, support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant; project performed in cooperation with PLAN.T, Graz.
Fernheizwerk Sexten GmbH, IT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Sexten (South Tyrol, Italy) 2003 Preliminary design
Brüder Theurl GmbH Sägewerk und Hobelwerk, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Theurl sawmill (Tyrol, Austria) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 6.5 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.5 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 1.0 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2004.
Preliminary design of the overall CHP plant, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant.
Biomasse-KWK-Leoben Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H., AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on three ORC units / Biomasse-KWK-Leoben Betriebsgesellschaft m.b.H. (Styria, Austria) 2003 Total nominal thermal capacities: 26.1 MW biomass thermal oil boilers + 2.1 MW pressurised hot water economisers; total nominal electric capacity: 4.5 MW ORC processes; start of operation: 2005.
Preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, support of supervision of construction, commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant; project performed in cooperation with PLAN.T, Graz and EnerTec, Graz.
FWG Fernwärme G.m.b.H., AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / District heating plant Siezenheim - (Salzburg, Austria) 2002 Preparation of permit applications in cooperation with Seegen
Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Zams-Landeck (Tyrol, Austria) 2002 Preliminary design and preparation of permit applications
Sarner Holz KG, IT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Sarner Holz, Sarntein (South Tyrol, Italy) 2002 Preliminary design
Hackschnitzel und Heizgenossenschaft Reg. Gen.m.b.H. Lofer – St. Martin, AT
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Extension of the existing biomass district heating plant in Lofer with a biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle (Salzburg, Austria) 2002 Nominal thermal capacity: 4.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler (3.75 MW for the ORC process) + 0.6 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 0.6 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2004.
Preparation of applications for national funding; technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant; project performed in cooperation with SEEGEN, Salzburg.
Hackschnitzel und Heizgenossenschaft Reg. Gen.m.b.H. Großarl, AT
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Extension of the existing biomass district heating plant in Grossarl with a biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Grossarl (Salzburg, Austria) 2002 Nominal thermal capacity: 3.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.5 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 0.5 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2005.
Preparation of applications for national funding; technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant; project performed in cooperation with SEEGEN, Salzburg.
Fernheizwerk Toblach Gen.m.b.H., IT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Dobbiaco (South Tyrol, Italy) 2002 Nominal thermal capacity: 8.7 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.5 MW pressurised hot water economiser + 2.4 MW flue gas condensation unit; nominal electric capacity: 1.5 MW ORC process; start of operation: autumn 2003.
Technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit (ORC), detailed design of the ORC unit, support during supervision of construction and commissioning of the ORC unit; project performed in cooperation with SEEGEN/Salzburg.
Sauerlandwärme GmbH, DE Biomass CHP plant based on various CHP-technologies (Nieheim, Germany) 2001 Preliminary design
Holzleimbau und Sägewerk GmbH Lanz, IT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Lanz, Mühlbach (South Tyrol, Italy) 2001 Preliminary design
G. Schrattenecker GesmbH & Co KG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Tilo, Lohnsburg (Upper Austria, Austria) 2000 Preliminary design, preparation of funding application, preparation of permit application and preparation of bids
Fernwärmeversorgungs GmbH Tamsweg, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / District heating plant Tamsweg - (Salzburg, Austria) 2000 Preliminary design
Chemometall Anlagenerrichtung KEG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Chemometall (Vienna, Austria) 2000 Preliminary design, preparation of funding application
Biostrom Erzeugungs GmbH, AT
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Waste wood-fired combined heat, cooling and power (CHCP) plant based on an ORC cycle and an absorption chiller / BIOSTROM, Fussach - national demonstration project (Vorarlberg, Austria) 2000 Nominal thermal capacities: 6.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.0 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 1.1 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2002.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for national funding; technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit and the absorption chiller (combined heat, cooling and power plant); preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the combined heat, cooling and power plant (ORC, absorption chiller) and hydronic installations.
Stadtwärme Lienz Produktions- und Vertriebs-GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle and a newly developed fuzzy logic control system / Stadtwärme Lienz - EU-THERMIE demonstration project (Tyrol, Austria) 1998 Nominal thermal capacities: 7.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 6.0 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.5 MW flue gas condensation unit; nominal electric capacity: 1.0 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2001.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for EU-THERMIE and national funding; technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit, detailed design of the CHP plant, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the CHP plant.
STIA-Holzindustrie GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / STIA Holzindustrie, Admont - EU-THERMIE demonstration project (Styria, Austria) 1998 Nominal thermal capacities: 4.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 3.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.5 MW flue gas condensation unit; nominal electric capacity: 0.4 MW ORC process; start of operation: 1998/1999.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for EU-THERMIE and national funding; technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit, detailed design of the ORC process, the flue gas cleaning unit and the flue gas condensation unit, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the ORC unit.

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BIOMASS COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANTS BASED ON A STEAM TURBINE PROCESS

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
EVN Wärme GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Vösendorf (Lower Austria, Austria) 2010 Optimisation steam cycle, preparation of permit applications
EVN Wärme GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Ramingdorf (Lower Austria, Austria) 2009 Preparation of permit applications, consulting service regarding the plant concept and support of supervision of construction and commissioning
Summerleaze Ltd., UK Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / (Caithness, Scotland) 2008 Preliminary design
Desmet Ballestra Ethanol GmbH, DE Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / (Lower Saxony, Germany) 2008 Preliminary design
sol-E Suisse AG, CH Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Spiez (Bern, Switzerland) 2008 Preliminary design
San Marco Bioenergie S.p.A., IT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process Banto d´Argenta (Ferrara, Italy) 2008 Technical evaluation
Biomasse Italia S.p.A., IT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Crotone (Calabria, Italy) 2008 Economic evaluation
Agrana Stärke GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Aschach (Upper Austria, Austria) 2007 Preliminary design
Engelvin BOIS SA, FR Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Mende (Lozère, France) 2006 Preparation of funding application
New Energy Biomasse Hellas GmbH, GR CHP plant based on a steam turbine process using olive residues as fuel / New Energy Biomasse Hellas GmbH (Meligalas, Greece) 2004 Nominal thermal capacity: 100.0 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 26.3 MW steam turbine; fuel: olive residues.
Preparation of EU project application, coordination support for EU demonstration project, EU project partner, preparation of permit applications in cooperation with Infratec S.A. and Impetus S.A. (GR), preparation of invitation to bid and evaluation of bids and functional design specifications, assistance in the detailed design
EVN AG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / EVN AG, Mödling (Lower Austria, Austria) 2004 Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, preparation of invitation to bid and evaluation of bids for the CHP plant; supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the biomass furnace, steam boiler and flue gas cleaning system; project performed in cooperation with Verbundplan GmbH / Villach
EVN AG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / EVN AG, Baden (Lower Austria, Austria) 2004 Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications, preparation of invitation to bid and evaluation of bids for the CHP plant; supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the biomass furnace, steam boiler and flue gas cleaning system; project performed in cooperation with Verbundplan GmbH / Villach
Steirische Fernwärme GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Voitsberg (Styria, Austria) 2003 Preliminary design
S. Spitz GesmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / S. Spitz GesmbH, Attnang-Puchheim (Upper Austria, Austria) 2003 Preliminary design
Holzindustrie Stallinger, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Holzindustrie Stallinger (Frankenmarkt, Austria) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 18.7 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 5.0 MW steam turbine.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for national funding; preparation of permit applications and preparation of invitation to bid and evaluation of bids in cooperation with Energie AG O.Ö.
Ennstal Milch KG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Ennstal-Milch, Stainach (Styria, Austria) 2003 Preliminary design and preparation of permit applications
Energie AG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Energie AG, Timelkam (Upper Austria, Austria) 2003 Preparation of funding application
Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Kufstein (Tyrol, Austria) 2002 Nominal thermal capacity: 18.7 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 5.0 MW steam turbine.
Preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications and CFD simulation
Steirische Fernwärme GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Voitsberg (Styria, Austria) 2001 Preliminary design
Linz Strom GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / LINZ STROM GmbH (Linz, Austria) 2001 Nominal thermal capacity: 26.0 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 7.0 MW steam turbine; start of operation: 2005.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for national funding; technical and economic optimisation of the CHP unit; preparation of permit applications, preparation of invitation to bid and evaluation of bids for the CHP plant, quality inspection of the unit after start-up.
Josef Fuchsluger, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Fuchsluger, Waidhofen (Upper Austria, Austria) 1999 Preparation of funding application, preparation of permit applications in cooperation with Verbundplan
Holzindustrie Preding GmbH, AT Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Holzindustrie Preding (Styria, Austria) 1998 Preliminary design, preparation of funding application and preparation of permit applications

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BIOMASS COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANTS BASED ON A SCREW-TYPE ENGINE

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Fernwärmeversorgungsgenossenschaft Vitis, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on a screw-type engine cycle / Fernwärmeversorgungsgenossenschaft Hartberg – EU demonstration project (Styria, Austria) 2000 Nominal thermal capacity: 18.0 MW biomass steam boiler (5.6 MW for the screw-type engine process); nominal electric capacity: 0.71 MW screw-type engine; start of operation: 2003.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for EU and national funding, technical and economic optimisation of the CHP plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the CHP unit.

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BIOMASS COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANTS BASED ON STIRLING ENGINE TECHNOLOGY

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, DE
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Biomass CHP plant based on Stirling engine technology / Allendorf (Hesse, Germany) 2006 Nominal thermal capacity: 0.24 MW biomass furnace (nominal thermal power output); nominal electric capacity: 0.035 MW; start of operation 2008.
Preliminary design of the overall CHP plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHP plant.
TDZ Ennstal, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on Stirling engine technology / TDZ Ennstal, Reichraming (Upper Austria, Austria) 2005 Nominal thermal capacity: 0.25 MW biomass furnace (nominal thermal power output); nominal electric capacity: 0.035 MW Stirling engine; wood chips and log wood drying system; start of operation: 2005.
Preliminary design of the biomass CHP plant; preparation of applications for funding; preparation of permit applications; support of plant commissioning, plant monitoring.

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COMBINED HEAT AND POWER PLANTS BASED ON VEGETABLE OIL

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New energy Hannover GmbH, DE
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CHP plant based on vegetable oil-fired engines (combined heat and power units) and downstream ORC cycle / vegetable oil CHP New Energy (Germany) 2005 Nominal electric capacity vegetable oil-fired engines: 4.7 MW per unit; nominal electric capacity ORC process: 0.3 MW per unit; 5 units per site are planned.
Preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of permit applications; project performed in cooperation with concon GmbH.

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BIOGAS PLANTS

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Lokale Energie Agentur Oststeiermark, AT
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Preparation of a biogas optimisation guideline based on a systematic optimisation of the biogas plant development by strategic studying of realised plants and projects 2008  
Tirol Milch reg.Gen.m.b.H., AT Anaerobic reactor for the treatment of dairy waste water and for the production of biogas including the utilisation of biogas in a gas engine / Wörgl (Tyrol, Austria) 2006 Preliminary design
Best Energy VertriebsgmbH, AT
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Biogas CHP plant based on agricultural waste with integrated gas treatment for biogas injection into an existing natural gas grid and utilisation in a gas engine at the customer site/ Bad Tatzmannsdorf (Burgenland, Austria) 2006 Nominal electric capacity: 2 x 0.25 MW gas engines, nominal thermal capacity: 2 x 0.4 MW gas engine waste heat.
Preliminary plant design, technical and economic assessment.
RWP-Bioenergie GmbH, AT
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Agricultural biogas CHP plant based on a gas engine / Saaz (Styria, Austria) 2005 Monitoring
Internal project, AT Biogas plant based with gas engine CHP plant and efficient waste heat recovery in a district heating network or in an ORC 2005 Nominal electric capacity: 0.25 MW fuel cell; nominal thermal capacity: 0.18 MW fuel cell waste heat (development phase)
Preliminary plant design and conceptual design, technical and economic assessment (in-house project).
Internal project, AT Biogas plant with gas conditioning unit for subsequent feed of the biogas into the existing natural gas grid 2005 Biogas treatment capacity: 200 Nm3/h (development phase)
Preliminary plant design and conceptual design, technical and economic assessment (in-house project).
Hídépítõ Rt., HU Biogas CHP plant based on agricultural waste with gas engine / Hídépítõ (Hungary) 2005 Nominal electric capacity: 0.25 MW gas engine; nominal thermal capacity: 0.30 MW gas engine waste heat.
Preliminary plant and conceptual design, technical and economic assessment.
Hermann Pfanner Getränke Ges.m.b.H., AT
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Combination of an anaerobic waste water treatment plant and a biogas CHP plant for the energetic utilisation of organic residues with biogas utilisation in a gas engine and feed-in of biogas into the company-internal natural gas grid, Enns (Upper Austria, Austria) 2005 Anaerobic waste water treatment plant: 685 m3 waste water/day; 5,200 kgCOD/day; nominal electric capacity (gas engine): 0.5 MW; nominal thermal capacity (gas engine): 0.57 MW; thermal biogas utilisation (substitution of natural gas): 100 m3/h
Preliminary plant and conceptual design, technical and economic assessment, preparation of applications for funding.
Fernwärme Waldviertel reg.Gen.m.b.H., AT
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Biogas CHP plant based on agricultural waste with gas engine / Zwettl (Lower Austria, Austria) 2004 Nominal electric capacity: 0.5 MW gas engine, nominal thermal capacity: 0.57 MW gas engine waste heat.
Preliminary plant design, preparation of applications for national funding, preparation of permit applications.

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PELLETS PRODUCTION PLANTS

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Cycleenergy AG, AT Pellet production plant for DIN+ wood pellets from wood chips and saw dust combined, Gresten (Upper, Austria) 2010 Pellet production capacity: 37,000 tons per year
support at the conception of the overall plant and the preparation of permit applications for the pellet plant. Project in cooperation with Cycleenergy AG (Vienna).
Cycleenergy Gaishorn GmbH, AT Pellet production plant for DIN+ wood pellets from wood chips and saw dust combined, Gaishorn (Styria, Austria) 2010 Pellet production capacity: 40,000 tons per year
support at the conception of the overall plant and the preparation of permit applications for the pellet plant. Project in cooperation with Cycleenergy AG (Vienna).
Methanco Energie Beratung und Beteiligung GmbH, H&H Pellets GmbH, AT Reconstruction and extension of the pellets production plant and integration of a biomass CHP plant / Stainach (Styria, Austria) 2009 Pellet production capacity: 40,000 tons per year; nominal electric capacity of the gas engine: 800 kW
Preliminary design and conception of the overall plant, preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction, support of commissioning and acceptance of the pellet production plant and the CHP unit.
Summerleaze Ltd., UK Pellets production plant for DIN+ wood pellets / (Caithness, Scotland) 2008 Pellet production capacity: 60,000 tons per year; nominal electric capacity of the steam turbine: 8 MW
Preliminary design and conception of the overall plant, technical and economical evaluation.
Borodino Company, RU Pellets production plant for DIN+ wood pellets / Petrozavodsk (Karelia, Russia) 2008 Pellet production capacity: 20.000 and 40.000 tons per year, respectively
Preliminary design and conception of the overall plant, technical and economical evaluation in cooperation with PROMANAGEMENT GmbH.

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BIOMASS GASIFICATION

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Fernheizwerk Olang GmbH, IT Biomass-CHP plant based on wood gasification - Olang (South Tyrol, Italy) 2011 Technical concept and economic evaluation
Internal project, AT Gasification and pyrolysis of solid biofuels for the production of heat and power 2008 State of development and technical and economic evaluation
Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, DE Technical, ecological und economic evaluation of new biomass fixed bed gasification technologies 2007 Technical, ecological and economic evaluation
REPOTEC Umwelttechnik GmbH - renewable power technologies, AT Biomass methanisation plant (production of Bio-SNG) based on a CFB steam gasification process Güssing (Burgenland, Austria);
Engineering thermal oil cycle
2007 Product gas input: 1.6 MWth; production of synthetic natural gas (Bio-SNG): 140 Nm³/h
Detailed design of the thermal oil system. Project in cooperation with REPOTEC - Renewable Power Technologies Umwelttechnik GmbH.
REPOTEC Umwelttechnik GmbH - renewable power technologies, AT Biomass CHP plant based on the integration of an ORC-process into a CFB steam gasification process – Oberwart (Burgenland, Austria) 2004 Fuel input biomass gasification: 8.31 MW; nominal electric capacities:: 2.38 MW gas engines and 0.48 MW ORC
Preliminary design, preparation of permit applications. Project in cooperation with REPOTEC - Renewable Power Technologies Umwelttechnik GmbH.

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COLD PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Fernwärme Wien GmbH, AT Optimised design of chilling plants under special consideration of waste heat utilization using the example of the City of Vienna 2009 Conception of an energetically, technically, economically and ecologically optimised chilling plant within the program "Neue Energien 2020" of the Austrian Energy and Climate Fund; Project name: „Optimized design of chilling plants under special consideration of waste heat utilization using the example of the City of Vienna"
Fernwärme Wien GmbH, AT Combined heat, cooling and power (CHCP) plant based on existing CHP plants and district heating systems as well as absorption and compression chillers / cooling plant Vienna central railway station (Vienna, Austria) 2008 Nominal chilling capacity: 20 MW; recooling by open cooling towers, nominal recooling capacity: 34.2 MW; heat supply for the absorption chillers by district heating.
Preliminary design and plant conception.
Fernwärme Wien GmbH, AT Combined heat, cooling and power (CHCP) plant based on existing CHP plants and district heating systems as well as absorption and compression chillers / cooling plant Spittelau (Vienna, Austria) 2007 Nominal chilling capacity: 17 MW; recooling by river-water cooling, nominal cooling capacity recooling: 31.8 MW; heat supply for the absorption chillers by district heating; start of operation: 2009.
Technical conception and preparation of requests for proposals.
HAWK Fakultät Ressourcenmanagement
FH Hildesheim/Holzminden/
Göttingen, DE
Biomass combined heat, cooling and power (CHCP) plant based on an absorption chiller / VW plant Salzgitter (Lower Saxony, Germany) 2005 Nominal chilling capacity: 4 MW; recooling with open cooling towers, nominal cooling capacity of the cooling towers: 10 MW; heat supply for the absorptions chillers by hot water. Preliminary design and plant conception.
Biostrom Erzeugungs GmbH, AT
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Waste wood-fired combined heat, cooling and power (CHCP) plant based on an ORC cycle and an absorption chiller / BIOSTROM, Fussach - national demonstration project (Vorarlberg, Austria) 2000 Nominal heating capacity: 6.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.0 MW hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 1.1 MW ORC unit; start of operation: 2002.
Technical preliminary design of the overall plant, preparation of applications for national funding, energetic and economic optimization of the combined heating cooling and power generation (combined process of an ORC and an absorption chiller), preparation of permit applications, detailed design, supervision of construction and support of commissioning and acceptance of the overall CHCP plant. (ORC, adsorption chiller) and the hydronic system

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ENERGY CONCEPTS / ENERGY EFFICIENCY

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), AT Biomass flue gas condensation in combination with heat pumps 2011 Conception of energetically, economically and ecologically optimized biomass flue gas condensation units within the program "Neue Energien 2020" of the Austrian Energy and Climate Fund; Project name: "Innovative flue gas condensation with a high annual utilization rate by combination with heat pumps"
M2 Baumanagement GmbH, HR Energy concept for the heating, cooling and power supply based on gas engine CHP plants and absorption and compression chillers for the shopping centre Buzin (Croatia) 2009 Nominal thermal capacity: gas engines 9 MW, ORC unit 2.4 MW; nominal electrical capacity: gas engines 13.4 MW, ORC unit: 0.48 MW; nominal chilling capacity: 15 MW; recooling with open and closed cooling towers, nominal cooling capacity: 34.2 MW; heat supply for the absorptions chillers by hot water.
Preliminary design and plant conception.
Andritz AG, AT Interconnection of biomass drying plants with biomass CHP and heating plants 2007 Technical and economic evaluation of the interconnection of different biomass drying technologies with biomass CHP and heating plants
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), AT SUPOSS – Sustainable Power Supply for Supermarkets and Surroundings 2004 Development of technical and commercial concepts and strategies for a sustainable energy supply of super markets and neighbouring consumers (industry and trade, households) with heat, electricity and cooling based on the energy sources solar and biomass - SUPOSS (Sustainable Power Supply for Supermarkets and Surroundings)
Project within the programme “Energiesysteme der Zukunft“; project coordinator: IMG Innovation-Management-Group GmbH, Grambach

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ASH UTILISATION

CUSTOMER   PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), AT   2009 Preparation of a study regarding the utilisation of wood ash as an additive to compost production - suggestions for technically and ecologically reasonable amounts of ash to be added to compost production. The study was performed within the FFG collective research project "Development of innovative processes for ash utilisation"
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), AT   2009 Development of innovative Processes for wood ash utilization. Project within the "Collective Research" program of the Austrian Research Funding Organisation (FFG) to evaluate and develop innovative Processes for wood ash utilization, with the goal to increase the amount of utilization paths for wood ash in practice
EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, DE   2009 Research project regarding the reduction of the heavy metal contents in grate ashes from biomass combustion plants
EDF, FR   2008 Preparation of a study regarding ash related problems in biomass combustion plants as well as evaluation of selected plant manufacturers regarding the state-of-the-art concerning the reduction of ash related problems in fixed-bed biomass combustion systems
Kooperationsplattform Forst Holz Papier, AT   2008 Preparation of a study concerning the utilisation of wood ashes from biomass CHP and heating plants in Austria
Stadtwärme Lienz Produktions- und Vertriebs-GmbH, AT   2003 Preparation of an ash utilisation and logistics concept for the biomass district heating plant Lienz (Tyrol, Austria)

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CFD SIMULATIONS FOR THE DESIGN AND OPTIMISATION OF FURNACES, BOILERS AND FLUE GAS CLEANING SYSTEMS

SMALL-SCALE FURNACES AND STOVES

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
RIKA Innovative Ofentechnik GmbH, AT Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of different stoves of the company RIKA Innovative Ofentechnik GmbH, Micheldorf (Upper Austria, Austria) 2010 Wood log fired or pellet fired stoves; fuel: wood logs or pellets
Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau GmbH, AT Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the prototype of a new 100 kW pellet furnace of the company Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau GmbH, Grieskirchen (Upper Austria, Austria) 2010 Biomass fixed bed furnace with fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 100 kW biomass hot water boiler; fuel: wood pellets; project period: 2010-2011
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, AT Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the prototype of a new pellet furnace for low-energy houses of the company Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH in the size-range from 1,7 to 6 kW, Seekirchen (Salzburg, Austria) 2009 Biomass fixed bed furnace with fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 1,7 to 6 kW biomass hot water boiler; fuel: wood pellets; project period: 2009-2010
KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH, AT Simulation and support of the development of a new multifuel furnace for woody and herbaceous biomass fuels of the company KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH in the size-range from 8 to 120 kW, St. Margarethen/Raab (Styria, Austria) 2007 Biomass grate furnace with fire tube boiler; fuel: wood chips, wood pellets, olive residues, Miscanthus etc.); nominal thermal capacity: 8 to 120 kW biomass hot water boiler; project period: 2007-2009
HAAS + SOHN OFENTECHNIK GMBH, AT Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the new wood log fired stoves "i-series" of the company HAAS + SOHN OFENTECHNIK GMBH with a nominal thermal capacity of 8 kW, Puch (Salzburg, Austria) 2007 Wood log fired stove; nominal thermal capacity: 8 kW stove; fuel: wood logs; project period: 2007-2009
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, AT Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the prototype of a new pellet furnace of the company Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, Seekirchen (Salzburg, Austria) 2007 Biomass fixed bed furnace with fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 15 kW biomass hot water boiler; fuel: wood pellets; project period: 2007-2009
Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, DE Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of different small-scale pellet furnaces of the company Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG (nominal thermal capacity < 150 kW) / Allendorf (Hessen, Deutschland) 2007 Biomass fixed bed furnace with fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 12 to 150 kW biomass hot water boiler; fuel: wood pellets; duration 2007-2009
Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, DE Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of different small-scale wood log furnaces of the company Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG (nominal thermal capacity < 80 kW) / Allendorf (Hessen, Deutschland) 2007 Wood log furnace with fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: up to 80 kW; fuel: wood logs; duration 2007-2008
KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH, AT
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CFD based design of the prototype of a new pellet and wood chip-fired furnace of KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH, St. Margarethen/Raab (Styria, Austria) 2002 Introduced into the market as KWB TDS Powerfire 150 boiler series, received the “Energie Genie 2004” award from the Austrian Ministry of the Environment in co-operation with the regional energy agency “O.Oe. Energiesparverband” as well as the “Energy Globe Award 2004” (special category “most innovative product”); Rotary grate furnace with a cyclone combustion chamber and fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 0.15 MW biomass hot water boiler; fuels: wood chips and wood pellets; project period: 2002/2003

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INDUSTRIAL COMBUSTION PLANTS

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Mawera Holzfeuerungsanlagen Gesellschaft m.b.H, AT Simulation and support of the development of a new biomass grate furnace technology for fuels with high water and ash contents in the size-rage from 700 kW to 13 MW for the company Mawera Holzfeuerungsanlagen Gesellschaft m.b.H, Hard (Vorarlberg, Austria) 2011 Biomass grate furnace with hot water boiler / steam boiler / thermal oil boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 700 kW - 13 MW; fuel: biomass fuels with high water and ash contents (freshly harvested short rotation coppice, wood chips with high contents of bark, needles and mineral impurities, landscape preservation wood, stools); project period: 2011-2012
Marstal Fjernvarme a.m.b.a., DK
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Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the next generation CHP plant based on a hybrid biomass and solar system - EU project "Sunstore 4", Marstal (AERO, Denmark) 2010 Biomass grate furnace with thermal oil boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 3.24 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.91 MW thermal oil economiser; nominal electric capacity: 750 kW ORC process; fuel: short rotation coppice (willow); project period 2010-2011
Josef BINDER Maschinenbau- und Handelsges.m.b.H., AT Simulation and support of the development of a Low-NOx furnace for „new“ biomass fuels in the medium size range of the company Josef BINDER Maschinenbau- und Handelsges.m.b.H., Bärnbach (Styria, Austria) 2010 Biomass grate furnace with hot water or steam boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 100 kW - 10 MW; fuel: short rotation coppice, agricultural residues (maize cobs; grass pellets); project period: 2010-2011
POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH, AT Preliminary design of a grate fired combustion system for mixtures of wood chips and peat for the company POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH, Weissenbach (Lower Austria, Austria) 2010 Grate furnace with thermal oil boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 13 MW thermal oil boiler; fuel: wood chips, peat; project period: 2010
VYNCKE ENERGIETECHNIEK N.V., BE Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of a biomass grate furnace of the company VYNCKE ENERGIETECHNIEK N.V. with a nominal thermal capacity of 6 MW (Harelbeke, Belgium) 2008 Biomass grate furnace and fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 6 MW biomass hot water boiler; fuel: woody biomass; project period: 2008-2009
Uniconfort srl, IT Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the biomass grate furnace type series BIOTEC of the company Uniconfort srl., San Martino di Lupari (Italy) 2008 Biomass grate furnace and fire tube boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 350 kW - 5.8 MW biomass hot water boiler; fuel: untreated woody biomass; project period: 2008-2009
BIOMASSE ITALIA S.p.A., IT Simulation and support concerning the reduction of erosion tendencies of the lining of the cyclone evaporator of the biomass CFB furnace of the Strongoli power plant (Italy) 2008 Biomass CFB furnace and water tube steam boiler including cyclone evaporator; fuel: woody biomass and agricultural residues; project period: 2008-2009
Oschatz GmbH, DE Simulation and support of the design of a mixed fuel furnace and boiler - Thermische Verwertungsanlage Schwarza (TVS) in Thuringia, Germany – Oschatz GmbH, Essen (Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany) 2006 Grate furnace with water tube steam boiler; nominal fuel power related to NCV: 31.0 MW; fuel: mixed fuel with paper residues (rejects) as well as waste from mechanical/biological waste treatment; project period: 2006
POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH, AT Simulation and support of the design and optimisation different biomass grate furnaces of the company POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH in the medium and large size-range, Weissenbach (Lower Austria, Austria) 2005 Biomass grate furnace with hot water / steam / thermal oil boiler in the medium and large size range; fuel: woody biomass fuels
Andritz AG, AT Simulation to support the analysis and optimisation of an existing sewage sludge combustion plant – Andritz AG, Graz (Styria, Austria) 2005 Pulverised fuel furnace with rotary combustion chamber; nominal fuel power related to NCV: 3.7 MW; fuel: sewage sludge; project period: 2005-2006
Tilly Holzindustrie Gesellschaft m.b.H., AT CFD aided design of the furnace of the biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / TILLY HOLZINDUSTRIE G.m.b.H., Treibach/Althofen (Carinthia, Austria) 2005 Biomass grate furnace with thermal oil boiler and hot water economiser; nominal thermal capacity: 10 MW thermal oil boiler and 1.5 MW hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 1.5 ORC process; fuel: untreated woody biomass fuels (wood waste and wood chips); duration 2005
Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, AT
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Simulation and support of biomass furnace and boiler design for the Kufstein CHP plant Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria) 2002 Biomass grate furnace and water tube steam boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 24.5 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 6.5 MW steam turbine; fuel: woody untreated biomass including bark; project period: 2002-2004
LINZ STROM GmbH, AT Simulation and support of biomass furnace and boiler design for the CHP plant of LINZ STROM GmbH, Linz (Upper Austria, Austria) 2002 Biomass grate furnace and water tube steam boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 26.0 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 7.0 MW steam turbine; fuel: untreated woody biomass including bark; project period: 2002-2003
Tilly Holzindustrie Gesellschaft m.b.H., AT CFD aided retrofit of the biomass under feed stoker combustion plant / TILLY HOLZINDUSTRIE G.m.b.H., Treibach/Althofen (Carinthia, Austria) 2002 Biomass grate furnace and water tube steam boiler; nominal fuel power related to NCV: 6.5 MW; fuel: untreated woody biomass fuels (wood waste); duration 2002
Josef Bertsch Gesellschaft m.b.H. & Co, AT
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Simulation and support of biomass furnace and boiler design for the CHP plant Grossaitingen (Bavaria, Germany) / Josef Bertsch Gesellschaft m.b.H. & Co, Bludenz (Vorarlberg, Austria) 2001 Biomass grate furnace and water tube steam boiler; nominal thermal capacity: 16.5 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 5.0 MW steam turbine; fuel: waste wood; project period: 2001-2003
       

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FURTHER APPLICATIONS

CUSTOMER ABSTRACT PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Wopfinger Baustoffindustrie GmbH, AT Simulation and support of the development of an optimised concept of a collector for waste heat recovery from a rotary cement kiln of the company Wopfinger Baustoffindustrie GmbH, Waldegg (Lower Austria, Austria) 2009 Rotary cement kiln; fuel: lignite and refuse derived fuel (paper fibre residues, plastic waste, etc.); thermal capacity (recovered waste heat): 1.3 MW; project period: 2009-2010
Scheuch GmbH, AT Simulation, further development and optimisation of electrostatic precipitators for biomass combustion plants / Scheuch GmbH, Aurolzmünster (Upper Austria, Austria) 2001 Duration 2001-2002

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R&D PROJECTS

FUEL CHARACTERISATION AND FUEL SPECIFIC TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT

CUSTOMER   PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Europäische Kommission (7. Rahmenprogramm, Projekt Nr. 282826)   2012 Production of Solid Sustainable Energy Carriers from Biomass by Means of Torrefaction
Amt der Steiermärkischen Landesregierung, AT   2006 Investigation of mass flows and reasonable utilisation of and recycling of residues from sewage sludge in Styria
Gemeindebetriebe Frohnleiten, AT   2004 Technical and economic pre-evaluation of a new sewage sludge gasification technology as well as a new sewage sludge combustion technology
Komptech Farwick, Heissenberger & Pretzler GmbH, AT   2002 Characterisation of waste wood and development of a waste wood processing plant
Österreichische Draukraftwerke, AT   1999 Techno-economic analysis of biomass co-combustion in large-scale power plants in Austria
Holzindustrie Preding GmbH, AT   1997 Combustion experiments with waste wood
SEEG Südsteirische Energie und Eiweisserzeugung Reg.Gen.m.b.H., AT   1997 Evaluation of the co-combustion of glycerine phases from RME and AME production in biomass furnaces and comparison with material utilisation possibilities

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DEVELOPMENT OF BIOMASS COMBUSTION PLANTS

CUSTOMER   PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Mawera Holzfeuerungsanlagen Gesellschaft m.b.H, AT   2011 CFD-based development of a new Biomass grate-combustion technology for very wet and ash rich fuels; capacity range: 700 kW to 13 MW; Mawera Holzfeuerungsanlagen Gesellschaft m.b.H, Hard (Vorarlberg, Austria)
Josef BINDER Maschinenbau- und Handelsges.m.b.H., AT   2011 Simulation and support of the development of a Low-NOx-combustion system for new biomass fuels in the medium capacity range; Josef BINDER Maschinenbau- und Handelsges.m.b.H., Bärnbach (Styria, Austria)
Marstal Fjernvarme a.m.b.a., DK   2010 Simulation and support of the design of the next generation hybrid CHP system based on biomass, solar power and an ORC process - EU-Project "Sunstore 4", Marstal (AERO, Denmark)
RIKA Innovative Ofentechnik GmbH, AT   2010 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of different stoves of the company RIKA Innovative Ofentechnik GmbH, Micheldorf (Upper Austria, Austria)
Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau GmbH, AT   2010 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the prototype of a new 100 kW pellet furnace of the company Fröling Heizkessel- und Behälterbau GmbH, Grieskirchen (Upper Austria, Austria)
POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH, AT   2010 Preliminary design of a 13 MW grate fired combustion system for mixtures of wood chips and peat for POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH, Weissenbach (Lower Austria, Austria)
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, AT   2009 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the prototype of a new pellet furnace for low-energy houses of the company Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH in the size-range from 1,7 to 6 kW, Seekirchen (Salzburg, Austria)
KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH, AT   2007 Simulation and support of the development of a new multifuel furnace for woody and herbaceous biomass fuels of the company KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH in the size-range from 8 to 120 kW, St. Margarethen/Raab (Styria, Austria)
HAAS + SOHN OFENTECHNIK GMBH, AT   2007 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the new wood log fired stoves "i-series" of the company HAAS + SOHN OFENTECHNIK GMBH with a nominal thermal capacity of 8 kW, Puch (Salzburg, Austria)
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, AT   2007 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of the prototype of a new pellet furnace of Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, Seekirchen (Salzburg, Austria)
Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, DE   2007 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of different small-scale pellet furnaces of the company Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG (nominal thermal capacity < 150 kW), Allendorf (Hessen, Deutschland)
Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG, DE   2007 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of different small-scale wood log furnaces of the company Viessmann Werke GmbH & Co KG (nominal thermal capacity < 80 kW), Allendorf (Hessen, Deutschland)
Oschatz GmbH, DE   2006 Simulation and Support of the design of biomass furnace and boiler for fuel blends - Thermische Verwertungsanlage Schwarza (TVS) in Thüringen, Germany - Oschatz GmbH, Essen (Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany)
POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH, AT   2005 Simulation and support of the design and optimisation of different biomass grate combustion systems of POLYTECHNIK Luft- und Feuerungstechnik GmbH in the medium and large capacity range, Weissenbach (Lower Austria, Austria)
Action Renewables, IE   2005 Project “Renewable Energy Installer Academy” - Training of installers and engineers concerning layout, installation and maintenance of biomass combustion plants in Ireland
Energieverwertungsagentur (E.V.A.), AT   2004 Quality management for wood-fired heating plants - planner manual
Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, AT
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  2002 Simulation and support regarding the design of the biomass furnace and boiler at the CHP plant Kufstein - Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, Innsbruck (Tyrol, Austria)
KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH, AT
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  2002 CFD based design of the prototype of a new pellet and wood chip-fired furnace of KWB Kraft & Wärme aus Biomasse GmbH, St. Margarethen/Raab (Styria, Austria)
Tilly Holzindustrie Gesellschaft m.b.H., AT   2002 CFD-supported reconstruction of the biomass combustion plant at TILLY HOLZINDUSTRIE G.m.b.H., Treibach/Althofen (Carinthia, Austria)
Josef Bertsch Gesellschaft m.b.H. & Co, AT
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  2001 Waste wood-fired CHP plant based on a steam turbine process / Grossaitingen (Bavaria, Germany)
Klöcher Basaltwerke GmbH & Co KG, AT   2001 Mobile sludge drainage with drying
Österreichischer Biomasseverband, AT   1999 Seminars for planners of biomass heat and power plants for the optimised plant design and conception
Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft und Verkehr, AT   1999 Application of buffer storage systems in biomass heating plants and biomass combined heat and power plants for an optimised load management
Bayernwerk AG, DE   1998 Weak-point analysis of district heating networks of biomass combustion plants with a nominal thermal power from 0.8 to 1.2 MWth
Bayernwerk AG, DE   1998 Weak-point analysis of biomass combustion plants with a nominal thermal power of from 0.8 to 1.2 MWth
Bayernwerk AG, DE   1997 Analyses of existing biomass fired district heating plants

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EMISSION REDUCTION

CUSTOMER   PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
European Commission (Framework Programme 7, Project No 286217)   2011 Cost efficient biomass boiler systems with maximum annual efficiency and lowest emissions
European Commission (Framework Programme 7, Project No 268189)
http://www.ultralowdust.eu
  2011 Next generation small-scale biomass combustion technologies with ultra-low emissions
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG, Project No 829868), AT   2011 Evaluation of the availability and efficiency as well as further development of ESPs for small-scale biomass combustion systems
Amt der Steiermärkischen Landesregierung, FA17c, AT   2007 Investigations regarding the availability, applicability and efficiency of fine particle precipitators for small-scale biomass combustion systems
Windhager Zentralheizung GmbH, AT   2006 Development of an ESP for small-scale biomass boilers

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PROCESS CONTROL DEVELOPMENT FOR BIOMASS COMBUSTION SYSTEMS

CUSTOMER   PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG, Project no 825472), AT   2009 Development of a model-based control strategy for automated small-scale biomass combustion systems, which allows a shorter reaction time in case of changing operating conditions. By this way, a significant emission reduction and an increase of the plant efficiency can be achieved

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DEVELOPMENT OF NEW AND INNOVATIVE BIOMASS COMBINED HEAT AND POWER TECHNOLOGIES

CUSTOMER   PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG), AT   2006 100 kWel Microgasturbine based on biomass and natural gas
Landesenergieverein Steiermark, AT   2004 Technical consultance regarding the realisation of demonstration projects (heating plants and CHP plants) within the UNDP/GEF project ”Biomass Energy for Heating and Hot Water Supply in Belarus”
Siemens AG, DE   2001 Investigation of the operation of a Pebble-Heaters downstream a biomass furnace with special respect to ash related problems

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ASH RELATED PROBLEMS IN BIOMASS COMBUSTION SYSTEMS

CUSTOMER   PROJECT START SPECIFICATIONS / SCOPE OVERVIEW
Research project, AT   2010 Basic research on corrosion in biomass fired boilers
Gemeinschaftskraftwerk Schweinfurt GmbH, DE   2009 Pyrometer and high-temperature impactor measurements at the MSW combustion plant of Gemeinschaftskraftwerk Schweinfurt GmbH
European Commission (Framework Programme 7, project No 218916)
http://enercom.stoffstrom.net
  2008 Polygeneration of energy, fuels and fertilisers from biomass residues and sewage sludge
ASH DEC Umwelt AG, AT   2005 Development and detailed conception of a method and prototype for the production of a multi-nutrient fertiliser from sewage sludge ash

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PLANT MONITORING

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Josko Fenster und Türen GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / Josko Fenster und Türen GmbH, Kopfing (Upper Austria, Austria) 2008 Nominal thermal capacity: 1.1 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 0.1 MW thermal oil economiser + 0.15 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 0.2 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2008.
Preparation and performance of a plant monitoring for the evaluation and optimisation of the small scale ORC unit with special consideration of the operating performance newly developed components.
RWP-Bioenergie GmbH, AT
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Agricultural biogas CHP plant based on a gas engine, Saaz (Styria, Austria) 2004 Nominal thermal capacity: 0.568 MW; nominal electric capacity: 0.5 MW; gas engine CHP; start of operation: 2004.
One-year monitoring, technical and economic optimisation, technical, economic and ecological evaluation.
Fernwärmeversorgungsgenossenschaft Vitis, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on a screw-type engine cycle / Fernwärmeversorgungsgenossenschaft Hartberg – EU demonstration project (Styria, Austria) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 18.0 MW biomass steam boiler (5.6 MW for the screw-type engine process); nominal electric capacity: 0.71 MW screw-type engine; start of operation: November 2003.
Plant monitoring based on a detailed evaluation of operating data and test runs with accompanying emission measurements and fuel and ash analyses, analysis of weak spots, assistance in plant optimisation of the CHP plant during the first year of operation.
Tiroler Wasserkraft AG, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on a steam turbine process, Kufstein (Tyrol, Austria) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 24.5 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 6.5 MW steam turbine; start of operation: 2003.
Plant monitoring based on a targeted evaluation of operating data and test runs with accompanying emission measurements and fuel and ash analyses, analysis of weak spots, assistance in plant optimisation.
Josef Bertsch Gesellschaft m.b.H. & Co, AT
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Waste wood-fired CHP plant based on a steam turbine process, Grossaitingen (Bavaria, Germany) 2003 Nominal thermal capacity: 16.5 MW biomass steam boiler; nominal electric capacity: 5.0 MW steam turbine; fuel: waste wood; start of operation: 2003.
Plant monitoring based on a detailed evaluation of operating data and test runs with accompanying emission measurements, deposit probe measurements and fuel and ash analyses, analysis of weak spots, assistance in plant optimisation during the first year of operation.
Biostrom Erzeugungs GmbH, AT
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Waste wood-fired CHCP (combined heat, cooling and power) plant based on an ORC cycle and an absorption chiller / BIOSTROM, Fussach - national demonstration project (Vorarlberg, Austria) 2000 Nominal thermal capacities: 6.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.0 MW pressurised hot water economiser; nominal electric capacity: 1.1 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2002.
Plant monitoring based on a detailed evaluation of operating data and test runs with accompanying emission measurements and fuel and ash analyses, analysis of weak spots, ongoing assistance in plant optimisation.
Stadtwärme Lienz Produktions- und Vertriebs-GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle and a newly developed fuzzy logic control system / Stadtwärme Lienz - EU-THERMIE demonstration project (Tyrol, Austria) 1998 Nominal thermal capacities: 7.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 6.0 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.5 MW flue gas condensation unit; nominal electric capacity: 1.0 MW ORC process; start of operation: 2001.
Plant monitoring based on a detailed evaluation of operating data and test runs with accompanying emission measurements and fuel and ash analyses, analysis of weak spots, assistance in plant optimisation during the first year of operation.
STIA-Holzindustrie GmbH, AT
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Biomass CHP plant based on an ORC cycle / STIA Holzindustrie, Admont - EU-THERMIE demonstration project (Styria, Austria) 1998 Nominal thermal capacities: 4.0 MW biomass pressurised hot water boiler + 3.2 MW biomass thermal oil boiler + 1.5 MW flue gas condensation unit; nominal electric capacity: 0.4 MW ORC process; start of operation: 1998/1999.
Plant monitoring based on a detailed evaluation of operating data and test runs with accompanying emission measurements and fuel and ash analyses, analysis of weak spots, assistance in plant optimisation during the first year of operation.