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The first visit of the Confor Woodland Show as an exhibitor was a success-story for Spanner RE² GmbH. The Woodland show was held between Bristol and Bath, close to Warminster. The trade show is a special event for the forestry-industry and forest owners all over UK. The surrounding of nature, grassland and forest glades built up an fantastic flair for this trade show, Michael Westermaier says - he represented Spanner Re² GmbH at the event.
Armand Group, together with Spanner Re² GmbH, will offer complete solutions for biomass cogeneration systems in Romania.
Wood-based cogeneration plants generate electrical and thermal energy by using natural wood chips. Designed with users in need of large quantities of electrical and thermal energy in mind, wood cogeneration plants are an affordable solution in obtaining energy.
Spanner Re²'s Belarus partner - IEC Energy Company - is now actively promoting wood cogeneration plants on the market. On March 12th was held a seminar exclusively dedicated on Spanner Re² and over 60 attendees were present during the daily event to learn more about wood cogeneration.
Spanner KK - official exhibitor at the Chuo Alps Business Fair in Ina, Nagano, Japan.
Ten at one stroke - Wood gasification CHP plant pays off
A few years ago the first wood gasifier by Spanner Re² was put into operation in Jaunjelgava, Latvia, in the Baltic states. Ten independent units generate 450 kW of electrical power and 1.08 MW of thermal power. Meanwhile there are already six Spanner wood gas cascades of different sizes in operation in Latvia. The seventh is currently being installed. The system works and pays off.
Dzintars Avatos installs Spanner Re² wood gasifiers in Latvia.
The Austrian magazine for the hotel sector, catering and large-scale catering sector "HGV Praxis" on the ****S Hotel Leitlhof in Innkirchen (South Tyrol). This spa hotel, which is located at 1,100 metres above sea level, was marked by the climate partner as a best-practice hotel regarding climate neutrality.
In 2013, the Mühlmann family added 18 rooms to their hotel so that they now have 55. Furthermore, the hotel has dedicated over 2000 m² to its spa area, with several saunas and a 100 m² outdoor pool that is also heated to 31°C in winter.
At the same time they were able to reduce carbon emissions from 396 t in 2012 to 262 t in 2013. - A peak result that has been achieved by no other hotel in this category in South Tyrol.
The key to this success lies in the use of state-of-the-art energy technology. The Mühlmann family runs two wood gas-powered combined heat and power units built by the German plant manufacturer Spanner Re². The system has the means for a total of 230 kW thermal output and 90 kW electrical output. Last year each unit ran for 7150 hours.