Bids sought to build the world's largest bioenergy plant  

2006.08.03
Maabjerg BioEnergy, which plans to build the world's largest bioenergy plant in Jutland, Denmark, is calling for bids for its DKK 350 m project

Maabjerg BioEnergy which plans to build the world's largest bioenergy plant in Jutland, Denmark, is calling for bids for its DKK 350 m (USD 59.5 m) project. Initially three contracts will be offered of which the largest is around DKK 175 m (USD 29.7 m). Three Danish laws, which previously were obstacles to the plan, have now been changed so the project can be realised.

The plant is expected to purify 450,000 tons of slurry from west Jutland farms. It will be used to produce biogas, heat and electricity from the biogas process, as well as heat and electricity from burning fibres from the slurry. The construction of the plant is scheduled to start in autumn 2007, with completion by 1st January 2009.

The owners of Maabjerg BioEnergy are 220 Danish farmers, electricity suppliers Vestforsyning and Elsam, and waste company Nomi. The project has attracted attention both nationally and internationally due to the exceptional size of the bioenergy plant. The news was reported by professional journal Ingeniøren (The Engineer).

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