Energy from combusting two fuels: waste wood and railway sleepers

By District Energy posted 08-19-2020 16:45

  

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Aalborg Energie Technik (AET) will assist Novawood in achieving cleaner air and preventing soil contamination in addition to providing a commercial income from waste wood and railway sleepers, which were previously seen as a waste product.

By building a biomass-fired cogeneration plant, Novacarb aims to improve its environmental performance while maintaining its competiveness. In partnership with ENGIE Solutions a dedicated company has been created: Novawood.

The high-efficient cogeneration plant, Novawood, will produce steam for the Novacarb site in Laneuveville-devant-Nancy and power for the grid by combusting waste products. ENGIE Solutions will, as main contractor, arrange fuel collection from two sources: Railway sleepers from the French national railway company (SNCF) and waste wood from SOVEN.

The plant is in accordance with ENGIE Solutions’ strategy to support industries by providing them with solutions to the challenge of the energy transition. Their goal is to achieve: Optimised use of resources, increased supply and use of local, green energy as well as a more environmentally friendly production.

Novacarb is part of the Mineral Specialties division of the SEQENS group and specialises in the production and marketing of sodium carbonate and bicarbonate. Production has taken place for more than 160 years at this site and the products are made from two natural raw materials: Limestone extracted from its quarry in Pagny-sur-Meuse and salt from its Lénoncourt salt farms.

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