Poland to house new biomass plant by end of 2014
Biomass-to-energy business DP Cleantech is to deliver a biomass power plant into Poland for the Polish Energy Partners (PEP).
The 30MW plant, to be fired with straw, is hoped to be operational within two years and cost $34.1 million (€25.6 million). It will be located in Winsko, south west Poland.
‘We are great admirers of what PEP is trying to achieve with biomass power in Poland,’ says DP Cleantech COO Krzysztof Dragon. ‘We hope to work together to develop further projects which build on a shared vision of the increasingly important role that biomass can play in Poland’s energy mix. ’
‘For this project, longstanding practical experience and technical expertise in developing enhanced solutions, backed up by proven technology, were key factors behind our decision to work with DP Cleantech,’ adds PEP CEO Zbigniew Prokopowicz