E.ON is setting standards in Stockholm for sustainable urban development with a state-of-the-art combination of waste recycling and energy generation. The company is building a thermal waste recycling facility with an installed capacity of 25 megawatts in northwest Stockholm for the production of electricity, heat and biogas together with a biogas and a combined heat and power (CHP) facility. A recycling plant of Sweden's largest waste management operation, Ragn-Sells, adjoins the energy park. E.ON has invested approximately 250 million euros in the project overall.
The project should contribute to covering the demand for environmentally correct generated power in Sweden's fastest growing region. Materials that cannot be recycled are used in various ways to generate biogas, electricity or district heat. What's more, organic fertilizer is produced for agriculture, while incineration residue flows into recycling, or natural resources like gravel and crushed rock.
Together with the construction of the new combined heat and power plant, E.ON's remote heating network will be integrated into the greater Stockholm area, while older generation facilities will be taken out of operation. The biogas facility is planned to come online in 2018; the combined heat and power plant in 2019. Three older thermal power stations are being shut down.This press release may contain forward-looking statements based on current assumptions and forecasts made by E.ON Group management and other information currently available to E.ON. Various known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors could lead to material differences between the actual future results, financial situation, development or performance of the company and the estimates given here. E.ON SE does not intend, and does not assume any liability whatsoever, to update these forward-looking statements or to conform them to future events or developments.