CEG to build works for torriefied pellets in Estonia

18.12.2018 − 

Through the newly founded Baltania the Dutch company Clean Electricity Generation (CEG) intends to build a pellet works for manufacturing roughly 157,000 t of torrefied pellets per year in Väägari, Estonia, by the beginning of 2020. According to a release, a corresponding contract for engineering, procurement, and construction management (EPCM) has been awarded to Pöyry. The contract covers project management, basic engineering, procurement, and construction supervision.

According to Pöyry, the announced capacity will make the plant the biggest of its kind in the world. The systems engineering is being supplied by CEG of Amsterdam. Secondary assortments from forestry and wood residues from the woodworking industry are to be used as raw material for producing the pellets.

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