April 16, 2018 - How does CFB boiler technology sit in an energy landscape that is looking for renewable and low carbon solutions?
April 13, 2018 - Historically, the utility-scale power plant design has been determined by scale economics, fuel availability and environmental impact. The world’s first 300 MW class, 100 per cent biomass-fired Tees renewable energy plant (Teesside) is being constructed based on these parameters.
April 2, 2018 - Bob Giglio and Boguslaw Krzton Discuss Powering Turkey’s Growing Economy with Fuel Flexible CFB Technology
Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. (President and CEO: Shunsuke Betsukawa; hereinafter referred to as “SHI”) has secured an order from Nishinippon Plant Engineering and Construction Co., Ltd. (President: Soujyu Hirata) for a 75 MW dedicated biomass combustion power plant (hereinafter referred to as the “Plant”). The Plant will be delivered to the biomass power plant site
Multi-fuel combined heat and power plants are becoming part of the move towards renewable-based distributed generation. The new Zabrze project in Poland looks set to be a forerunner for smaller community-based projects in the country and elsewhere. Junior Isles of The Energy Industry Times provides his views. published in The Energy Industry Times, March 2018
Sumitomo Heavy Industries, Ltd. established a joint venture with Chubu Plant Service Co., Ltd. and secured an order for a biomass power plant from Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc. For SHI, this is the first order for a dedicated biomass combustion power plant received from an electric power company.
Sumitomo SHI FW (SFW) is proud to announce that our safety officer, Krzysztof Janota, has been awarded by Fortum Zabrze, the distinction for outstanding personal involvement and active actions contributing to significant improvement of HSSE at the CHP Zabrze site in Poland. The award was ceremoniously handed over to Krzysztof during the site management meeting
Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd. (President and CEO: Shunsuke Betsukawa; hereinafter referred to as “SHI” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has secured an order for a power plant (Output: 112MW; Project Location: Kaita-Cho, Aki District, Hiroshima Prefecture; hereinafter referred to as the “Plant”) from Kaita Biomass Power Co., Ltd. (President and CEO: Takeshi Tanimura), a power generation company that was jointly established by Hiroshima Gas Co., Ltd. and the Chugoku Electric Power Co