Energy – electricity and heating from regenerative sources

Energy – electricity and heating from regenerative sources

We view the subject of energy entirely in terms of the quest for regenerative sources. Our technologies allow us to exploit renewable energy carriers.
Operating waste water purification plants requires large amounts of energy. When integrated as a module in purification plants, combined heat and power stations enable almost energy-autonomous operation of the facility. The biogas produced following the purification process and sludge treatment is converted through incineration either to electricity for plant operation or heat for sludge drying.

For the large plants in Zagreb and Stettin we favour combined heat and power stations. In Zagreb we even succeeded in generating more energy than the plants require for operations. Feeding into the Zagreb grid is being discussed at the moment. We do not solely focus on the generation of several megawatts, the utilisation of rejected heat for drying sludge is another vital issue: it preserves resources sustainably and saves costs of operations.

By integrating these power plants, WTE managed to find a well balanced mixture of reliable supply to the customer and minimisation of environmental impact. In Moscow we were given the order to install combined heat and power stations on existing plants. After commissioning the first power station, the second project is recently being implemented by our team in Ljuberzy, one of the largest plants worldwide.