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Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) is to build Edinburgh’s energy-from-waste plant. The Swiss clean-tech company delivers the complete technology including its proven combustion technology and a dry flue gas treatment system. The latter will reduce water use and improve the energy efficiency of the plant. A new energy-from-waste (EfW) plant is to be built at the site of the Millerhill Zero Waste Parc, in Midlothian on the...

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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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The 33rd EfW project with Hitachi Zosen Inova technology in China. With the contract awarded to Hitachi Zosen Corporation from Hunan Junxin Environmental Protection Group for Changsha City’s first Energy from Waste (EfW) plant a further project will be realized with the technology of Zurich based Hitachi Zosen Inova. Swiss Technology again in China The Changsha City EfW plant would be the 11th installation being realized by Hitachi...

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Securing rights of use and knowhow creates an important platform for future development. By acquiring an interest in the patents of Shock Pulse Generators, Hitachi Zosen Inova has secured unrestricted rights of use in respect of this technology, and the corresponding knowhow. The Shock Pulse technology is a key component in the company’s developments, and enables HZI plants to deliver longer operating periods and greater efficiency....

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Successful achievement of permits and financial close paves way to execution Hitachi Zosen Inova (HZI) has been given notice to proceed to build the energy-from-waste (EfW) plant for the Polish city of Poznan in consortium with Hochtief. The new facility is the centerpiece of Poland’s largest public-private partnership project to date, and HZI’s first EfW project in the country. The notice to proceed for the works...

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