Doosan Škoda Power is to provide equipment for a waste incineration plant in Turkey which is about to be the biggest waste-to-energy facility in Europe.
The Istanbul waste-to-energy mission is being constructed by Swiss cleantech firm Hitachi Zosen Inova and can make the most of round a million tonnes of waste a yr.
The plant will probably be later operated by town of Istanbul’s subsidiary İSTAÃ. It will probably be positioned in shut proximity to the Istanbul New Airport, which is underneath development and has the ambition to turn out to be the biggest airport on this planet after the final part is accomplished.
‘Historically talking, Turkey is a profitable territory for Doosan Škoda Power,” mentioned TomÃ¡š Bayer, the corporate’s gross sales supervisor for Turkey. “It is subsequently our nice pleasure to additionally play a component in such a major mission inside the newly rising, up-and-coming waste-to-energy section in Turkey.”
Czech Republic-headquartered Doosan Škoda will provide a turbine island, which has at its core a DST-S10 steam turbine, a generator and different gear, which will probably be delivered to Istanbul subsequent autumn.
The plant is scheduled to be operational by 2021 and will probably be constructed close to to Istanbul New Airport, which can also be at the moment underneath development. Once each are full, the turbine can even function a cogeneration unit and provide the airport with warmth by way of a district heating system.
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