Thursday, 23 April 2020
Power project developers are demanding increased fuel flexibility in order to maximize utilization of local renewable biomass and recycled fuels such as refuse derived fuels (RDF), local agricultural and industrial wastes, tires, and forestry residues. These multi-fuel projects are becoming more common for several reasons. First, power producers are able to take advantage of locally available and much less expensive fuel sources
Tuesday, 29 August 2017
August 29, 2017 - Fortum’s 145 MWt/75 MWe Zabrze CFB based plant, currently under construction, represents a major step forward for CHP in Poland, providing considerable fuel flexibility – with capabilities to burn RDF and various forms of biomass in addition to coal – combined with low emissions. Building on this, scaled down versions – in the 26 MWt/10.9 MWe size range – would be suitable for many municipalities and provide a possible trajectory for future “distributed” CHP development across Poland.