News and events
Want to talk with us in person at a conference? Interested in the latest news in the field of energy recovery? Here’s a quick overview of what has been happening around our company.
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Meet us at IFAT 2016 in Munich, Germany
Meet us at IFAT 2016 in Munich, Germany: From 30 May - 3 June 2016 we will be participating in the trade fair IFAT 2016 in Munich, Germany. Come and meet us at stand B3.245.
Meet us at the ICCI exhibition in Istanbul
Meet us at the ICCI exhibition in Istanbul: On the 27-29 April 2016 B&W Vølund will be participating in the 22nd International Energy and Environment Fair and Conference. The exhibition will take place in Istanbul Expo Center in Turkey. Meet us at booth G108/H111 in Hall 9.
Contract for an energy-from-waste power plant in Gloucestershire, UK.
Contract for an energy-from-waste power plant in Javelin Park, Gloucestershire: We have been awarded a contract for more than $90 million to design, manufacture and build an energy-from-waste plant near Haresfield, Gloucestershire in the United Kingdom.
Large Inconel order for delivery to Nyköping
B&W Vølund has received an order for 500 m2 Inconel walls for the BFB boiler at Vattenfall's CHP facility in Nyköping, Sweden, for delivery in the summer.
Looking forward to ERFA 2016
Re-designing energy is the topic of this year's ERFA seminars. The talks take a look at the clean and flexible energy-from-waste plants of the future. These are plants that are versatile and can adapt to society's needs for energy, waste treatment and the requirements for the latest ultra-low emission technology.
Meet us in Abu Dhabi, 18-21 January 2016
Meet us in Abu Dhabi, 18-21 January: We are attending the World Future Energy Summit and the EcoWASTE 2016 conference in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. You can meet us at the Danish stand, number 8170.
Cool smith with a lot more
Tommy Thomsen is completely cool about being in the innermost recesses and highest peaks of the boilers. He has been an installer with B&W Vølund for 20 years and is used to most things. Perhaps this is why he has the energy to also be a master brewer, marathon runner, alpinist and the proprietor of a clothing store.
Keeping an overview in the Fun House
Numerous steel stairways, gangways, galleries and small hatches into the boiler interior. The resonating sound from tools and ventilation working overtime. Intense heat from furnace line 11 in operation only a few metres away. For the uninitiated, the maintenance shutdown of furnace line 12 at the Fynsværket plant is somewhat reminiscent of the "Fun House" ride at the Tivoli theme park.
The independent smith
A smith with a touch of granite. It is clear that there is a strong and independent ethos at work in B&W Vølund's construction. Tommy Bager enjoys challenges and finding solutions. His journey to work originates from Bornholm, where his family has a farm, machine pool and holiday park.
Misunderstood waste beliefs
There are numerous misunderstandings in the debate as to how to best handle waste. Professor Thomas Højlund Christensen is attempting to correct some of these misunderstandings using life cycle assessments of reuse and energy from waste combustion, amongst other things.