Since 2013 Skövde Värmeverk combined heat and power (CHP) facility has been generating environmentally friendly electricity and district heating in the municipality of Skövde. In 2016 the municipality of Skövde launched its biggest initiative yet – an investment of SEK 376 million for the construction of the new bio-powered CHP plant.
When the new plant begins operations in autumn 2016, district heating generation will be completely free of fossil fuels – a major step towards a sustainable society. The plant will utilise residual products such as wood chip, bark, branches and knots from the forestry industry in the local area. The CHP plant will allow for up to 90% of the fuel to be utilised, which should, according to calculations, reduce CO2 emissions by approximately 12,000 tonnes per year.
PAROC Technical Insulation has supplied both mesh mats and pipe sections for the large boiler.
|City and zip code||541 36 Skövde|