MADRID, Spain, June 21, 2018 (Press Release) -Ence-Energía y Celulosa started the assembly of the boiler of its new 40 MW plant in Huelva yesterday, with the first pillar and the frame of its metal structures set up. The process of assembling the structure begins hours after GBS, responsible of the production of the components of the boiler, made a new delivery of parts in the energy complex, which contained the modules of the pressure parts of the boiler.
The assembly process of the pieces will be carried out by sections of ten meters, forming plants from the base, on the pillars of the foundation slab. The execution times of the construction project of the new plant, which the company is fulfilling at a good pace, require that the delivery of new components of the boiler be produced as the assembly work progresses.
On June 9, Ence received a first delivery of the components of the boiler, which included the walls of the modules and the tying beams of the same, fundamental elements to ensure this structure the necessary rigidity for its operation. Until the start of the assembly work yesterday, these were stored in the facilities of the Huelva energy complex.
A boiler for the future of biomass generation
The boiler is one of the most important components of the plant, since the combustion process of the agroforestry biomass for the generation of energy will take place inside it. To ensure that this main player in the process of generating energy with biomass develops the maximum respect for the environment, Ence will provide this infrastructure with the best available technologies. Thus, it will incorporate a filter of sleeves and modern systems that will guarantee an optimum combustion of the biomass in its interior and an adequate environmental behavior.
The construction process of the new plant, which will have a production capacity of 40 MW and an installed capacity of 110 MWt, will be developed until the end of 2019, when the new boiler will be operational. This will have an estimated annual production of 260,000,000 kWh per year, considering the 6,500 potential hours of operation.