Within the framework of the contract with FORTUM Bytom signed on 24 October 2011, Ecoenergia prepared a comprehensive Environmental Impact Assessment and made thermal calculations for various biomass co‑firing scenarios for the OP-130 coal boiler operated by Miechowice cogeneration plant.
Ecoenergia Sp. z o.o. Warsaw performed in 2008, on behalf of Energomontaż Północ S.A. – the main contractor for the installation work, design work related to modernization of OP-650 boiler No. K5 in Kozienice, whose aim was to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides in exhaust gases.
Ecoenergia Sp. z o.o, as a general contractor executed in Power Plant No. 4 Dalkia Łódź S.A. in the turnkey formula, construction of a biomass co-firing installation in steam boilers EC4 and the scope of work included the following:
Ecoenergia, acting as a general contractor at the International Paper’s site in Kwidzyń, constructed a pneumatic system for dry ash transport from the bark-fired KW2 boiler and its electrostatic precipitator to the ash storage silos.
In 2000 Ecoenergia Sp. z o.o. Warsaw executed modernization of OP Pauker 130 boiler No. 3 in the Power Department of Chemical Company DWORY S.A., currently ENERGETYKA – DWORY Sp. z o.o., whose aim was to reduce emissions of nitrogen oxides in exhaust gases.
In 1999 ECOENERGIA Sp. z o. o. company realized turnkey modernization of OP-230 boiler No. 8 in Sendzimir Steelworks.
On the day of 30 April 2014 Ecoenergia signed a contract with PGE Górnictwo i Energetyka Konwencjonalna and has become a general contractor of WP-120 boiler modernization project. The project is aimed at reduction of the minimum capacity of K6 boiler operated by Rzeszów cogeneration plant. It has been planned that the boiler’s minimum operational…
On the day of 27 March 2014 Ecoenergia signed a contract with Energomontaż Zachód Sp. z o.o. Wrocław covering cooperation during execution of the contract with PGNiG Termika for modernization of the boiler house containing four PTWM-100 boilers operated by WOLA district heating plant. The contract is aimed at conversion of mazout fired boilers (K2, K3 and K4) into Ekoterm light oil units.