S&L gets planning assignment from E.ON Hanse Wärme for 10 MW cogeneration plant (Kopie)

At the end of a successful 2013 which included the successful completion of cogeneration projects in Hohenhorst and Neuenfelde, S&L SOLUTIONS was given the planning assignment by E.ON Hanse Wärme GmbH for the integration section of the new 10 MW cogeneration plant at the Stapelfeld site.

E.ON Hanse Wärme plans to erect northern Germany's largest gas engine power plant. Its vital core is the new GE Jenbacher J920 with 9.5 MW electric output.

Read the corresponding press releases from E.ON and GE here:

press release GE

By means of intelligently conceptualised use of the thermal energy, not only will the degree of electric efficiency attain a world class result, but even the thermal efficiency degree will set standards. Among other things, a thermal pump is also used with whose assistance heat from the third stage of the exhaust boiler, generator loss heat and via the ventilation even a portion of the engine radiation heat can be integrated into the E.ON Hanse district heating grid.

The scope of S&L's performance includes integration planning, project management as well as construction management for the integration plant.

"We are very happy and proud that E.ON Hanse Wärme has entrusted us with this task and confronted us with this challenge," says Stefan Schöne, project manager and SOLUTIONS division manager at S&L. "The complexity of the entire system and not least of all the 10 MW output capacity confronts us with a major challenge. But thanks to reliable collaboration with our client as well as with the main supplier, GE Jenbacher, we are looking forward to this assignment with confidence."

"Although we are all entering into a new territory with the 10 MW capacity, we are optimistic that we will be able to put this plant on stream smoothly and on schedule," as the designated construction manager Raimund Meyer put it.

S&L SOLUTIONS has since 2005 successfully collaborated by now in over 30 cogeneration plant modernization projects with E.ON Hanse Wärme GmbH and has successfully positioned itself in the promising cogeneration plant modernisation and repowering segment. These exclusively positive references were certainly a weighty argument for E.ON Hanse Wärme GmbH in awarding the job to S&L.

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