Nakkila Works Oy has signed an agreement with UAB Kauno Kogeneracinė Jėgainė for the supply of three water tanks to the Kaunas CHP plant in Lithuania. The tank sizes included in the delivery are 75m3, 200m3 and 2000m3. Tanks design work has been started immediately after signing the contract and the installation work will be completed in the spring of 2019. The complete tank delivery includes the design of the tanks from the planning to the installation, as well as the electrical heat tracing system, insulation and service platforms.
Background information (about the project): “The joint venture Kauno Kogeneracinė Jėgainė (KKJ), owned by Fortum and Lietuvos Energija, will build a waste-to-energy combined heat and power plant (CHP) in Kaunas, Lithuania. The CHP plant is expected to be commissioned in the middle of year 2020. The investment of the project amounts to approximately EUR 160 million. The electricity capacity of the Kaunas waste-to-energy plant is 24 MW and thermal capacity is about 70 MW. Lietuvos Energija, a state owned energy group, owns 51% of Kauno Kogeneracinė Jėgainė shares, meanwhile, Fortum Heat Lietuva has 49% of the shares.”
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