BIO Cogeneration plant in Jelgava, Latvia
In 2012, the company BIANT won an international tender and concluded a contract with the Finnish company FORTUM for the construction of engineering systems for the complex of bio-cogeneration plant in Jelgava, including the comfort air-conditioning systems, heating and ventilation systems for the office block, precision systems for the power plants, general ventilation, heating and heating units, water supply and sewerage systems, technological blocks, as well as sprinkler fire-extinguishing, automation and HVAC remote control system.
The ceremony of opening of the station took place on September 11, 2013 in the presence of the presidents of Latvia and Finland - Andris Berzins and Sauli Niinistö.
Electric power of the station is 23 MW and heat and power capacity is 45 MW, which allows producing 230 GWh of heat energy and 110GVt of electrical energy. The heat energy produced by cogeneration station is supplied to the central heating system of the city, and electrical energy is supplied to the republican energy network.