Biomass: AREVA delivers power plant to Eneco
Located in Delfzijl in the north of the Netherlands, this biomass plant has an installed capacity of 49.9 MW and is fuelled by waste wood from domestic and industry activities. The installation will supply electricity to over 120,000 households and avoid nearly 250,000 tons of CO2 emissions annually.
Patrick Zwinkels, Project Manager of Eneco Bio Golden Raand, said: "We are very proud to introduce Bio Golden Raand in our asset portfolio. The power plant in Delfzijl marks a big step forward for Eneco."
Marc Laur, CEO of AREVA Bioenergy, said: "The facility, which was delivered with full customer satisfaction, demonstrates AREVA's commitment to safety, quality, and the development of its renewable activities."
AREVA supplies advanced technology solutions for power generation with less carbon. Its expertise and unwavering insistence on safety, security, transparency and ethics are setting the standard, and its responsible development is anchored in a process of continuous improvement. Ranked first in the global nuclear power industry, AREVA's unique integrated offering to utilities covers every stage of the fuel cycle, nuclear reactor design and construction, and operating services. The group is actively developing its activities in renewable energies - wind, bioenergy, solar and energy storage - to become a European leader in this sector. With these two major offers, AREVA's 46,000 employees are helping to supply ever safer, cleaner and more economical energy to the greatest number of people.
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