Copenhill by B&W Vølund: Copenhagen's waste-fired power plant and ski slope is under construction
Waste-fired energy plant with a number of functions: Copenhagen’s state-of-the-art plant units new requirements for environmental efficiency, power manufacturing and waste remedy. B&W Vølund is offering state-of-the artwork know-how for the brand new plant. Copenhill (Amager Bakke) options a man-made ski slope impressed by the ski slopes within the Alps. Modern know-how and structure combine to type a future wherein waste-to-energy crops are welcomed in any yard.
That is how environment friendly the know-how of the Copenhill (ARC’s Amager Bakke) plant is:
400,000 tons of waste a yr end in:
– 99% power effectivity.
– District heating for 160,000 households.
– Electrical energy for 62,500 households.
– 100 million litres of spare water recovered by means of flue fuel condensation.
– 90% reuse of metals from waste amounting to 10,000 tonnes of metallic a yr.
– 100,000 tonnes of backside ash reused as highway materials which saves massive quantities of gravel.
Extra details about Copenhill waste-fired energy plant and ski slope:
– The plant can be accomplished in 2017.
– Expertise by Babcock & Wilcox Vølund
– Architect design by BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, Copenhagen