Biomass cogeneration plant in Romania

Romanian Adrem Invest, a company specialized in industrial technical engineering, has put forward updated building plans for a cogeneration plant in Suceava County, Romania.

The adjustments are expected to increase the energy efficiency of the plant to 90 per cent and it will be fueled solely by biomass.

The project is expected to cost in the region of $90m.

Adrian Bodea, Adrem president, said the plant will be finalized in 2013.

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