PÃ¶yry has gained an EPC contract for a 25 MW biomass plant within the Philippines.
The deal covers the design, procurement of parts, development, commissioning and testing of the whole challenge in Northern Negros.
The energy plant might be fuelled by sugar cane trash, a residual biomass remaining on fields after sugar cane has been harvested.
The contract has been awarded by North Negros Biopower Inc. (NNBP), a Philippine firm registered with the Department of Energy and with a monitor report of growing renewable vitality initiatives within the nation, together with photo voltaic and biomass vegetation.
PÃ¶yry’s Peter Heinzelmann, senior vice-president in its Energy Business Group, mentioned: "PÃ¶yry could be very energetic within the bioenergy sector world wide, however particularly within the Philippines. With our deep information of the challenges concerned in implementing bioenergy initiatives, we’re excited to be part of the realisation of the NNBP challenge."
Richard Pinnock, President of PÃ¶yry’s Energy Business Group, mentioned: "We are proud that NNBP has seen nice worth in our distinctive EPC+ System Methodology, an method which offers full transparency to the shopper all through the challenge execution and the sharing in any financial savings from the agreed ceiling value on the close-out of the challenge. We proceed to see nice curiosity in our EPC+ method as a substitute for the standard EPC implementation method, notably within the bioenergy sector."
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