SBG successfully handed over the Energy from Waste Power Plant in Dundee
Standardkessel Baumgarte has handed over the Energy from Waste (EFW) plant in Dundee, Scotland.
Standardkessel Baumgarte has handed over the Energy from Waste (EFW) plant in Dundee, Scotland, to the customer after a total handling period of around 4 years, which was in the meantime severely affected by the pandemic. With the provisional takeover (PAC), the customer now also assumes responsibility for the plant and its operation.
An essential part of the takeover was the receipt of the so-called Acceptance of Completion Certificate for the Building Warrant from Dundee City Council, which certifies that the construction has been completed properly and in accordance with Scottish standards and rules.
MVV Environment Baldovie Ltd, a subsidiary of Mannheim-based energy company MVV, commissioned Standardkessel Baumgarte in December 2017 as general contractor for the turnkey delivery, construction and commissioning of the plant.
The plant is built next to two existing fluidised bed fired boilers and will replace them eventually in the long term. The electricity generated will be fed into the public grid. We are pleased about the successful completion of the order and would like to thank our customer, our partners and our employees for the good cooperation.