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Please find the Hitachi Zosen Inova Annual Report 2016 ready for download. Annual Report 2016 For any questions please contact our Media Office: Hitachi Zosen Inova Media Office Nicole Fritz Hardturmstrasse 127 CH-8005 Zurich T +41 44 277 13 05 nicole.fritz@hz-inova.com...

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The Swiss clean-tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has successfully completed commissioning of the new energy-from-waste plant in Greatmoor (UK), and the client, FCC Environment, has taken over. FCC Environment will now operate the site for 30 years on behalf of Buckinghamshire County Council, who own the facility. This is the sixth project in the UK that HZI has successfully handed over to clients. The...

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We are pleased to announce that Mr. Sadao Mino took over as Chairman of the Supervisory Board of Hitachi Zosen Inova AG on July 1, 2016, succeeding Mr. Koichiro Anzai who had served as HZI’s Chairman from February 1, 2011 to June 30, 2016. We would like to thank Mr. Anzai for his outstanding commitment and much valued contribution to HZI. Mr. Mino started his career...

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Swiss technology company to deliver Europe’s largest energy-from-waste plant undertaken by an individual contractor Following on from the successful completion of the first energy-from-waste plant (EfW) in Ferrybridge (UK), the Swiss clean-tech company Hitachi Zosen Inova has received the order to construct the second facility. The company’s ninth project in the UK will mark a new milestone. The complete plant, consisting of a total of four...

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Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) delivers its Kompogas® technology for Europe’s largest biogas plant for dry anaerobic digestion. The facility, built in the north of Italy, will process approximately 100,000 tonnes of organic municipal solid waste per year. The region around Bologna will benefit from the products generated by this process. Europe's largest biowaste dry anaerobic digestion plant is to be constructed under the lead of the...

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Osaka-based Hitachi Zosen Corporation won the order for an energy from waste (EfW) plant in Thailand’s Nong Khai Province. The order was placed by KPN Green Energy Solution Co., one of the country’s leading renewable energy companies, who is in charge of the engineering, procurement and construction work of the station. Hitachi Zosen will provide the technologies for incineration and flue gas treatment. Once finished, the...

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The operator of a biogas facility near Koblenz is realigning its plant's concept by turning to biomethane production, and has commissioned Hitachi Zosen Inova BioMethan to construct a membrane system with the capacity to handle 500m³/h of raw biogas. At the beginning of April 2016, the plant operator commissioned the Zeven-based specialists Hitachi Zosen Inova BioMethan GmbH (HZI BioMethan) to construct a gas upgrading facility, to...

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Both PACs granted to HZI Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) delivered the chute to stack part for Renergia Zentralschweiz AG’s new Energy from Waste (EfW) and has achieved the Preliminary Acceptance Certificate (PAC) for both the boiler and the flue gas treatment lots. This marks the successful completion of the project’s commissioning phase, and the EfW’s entry into full commercial operation. High energy efficiency with best technology Renergia, a modern and environmentally friendly...

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Both PACs granted to HZI as scheduled Innovative technologies supplied by Hitachi Zosen Inova will allow KVA Horgen to operate with markedly higher energy efficiency and material recovery in the future. Following on from the Preliminary Acceptance Certificate (PAC) granted for the boiler lot in July 2015, the PAC for the flue gas treatment lot has now also been received. This marks the successful completion of...

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Meanwhile the construction works of the project achieved 1 million man hours without any incident. This proves again the high HSE standards of HZI in terms of strategy, policies and procedures. The new facility will be fully operational in spring 2016, and then treat up to 300,000 tonnes of waste per year and will generate 22 MW of electricity to power up to 36,000 homes....

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