South-western Finland set for CHP boost

A new combined heat and power (CHP) plant is currently under construction in Naantali, Finland. The multi-fuel power plant is scheduled to be commissioned in the autumn of 2017.

Capable of firing wood, straw, peat, coal, refinery gas and recovered fuel (REF), the project is being developed by Turun Seudun Energiantuotanto Oy's (TSE). The power plant's fuel capacity is about 430 MW, comprising 146 MWe and 250 MWth.
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The plant boiler control system and flue gas cleaning equipment is being supplied by Valmet, with delivery scheduled to take place in August 2016.

TSE produces district heat and electricity for the city of Turku and its neighbouring cities. It also produces process heat for nearby industry. The company is owned by Turku Energia Oy, the cities of Raisio, Kaarina and Naantali as well Fortum Power and Heat Oy.

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