Ten Spanner Re² Biomass CHPs, including peripherals, will be installed at a major corporation towards the end of this year. In partnership with the Japanese subsidiary Spanner KK, Spanner Re² is pushing forward with another major project for power and heat generation based on wood gas in East Asia.
 

"The project is another milestone for both Spanner Re² and us in the field of large-scale project planning," says Oskar Bartenstein, director of the Japanese subsidiary Spanner KK. "Already at the beginning of the year, the starting signal was given for a major project with 25 wood-fired power plants in Japan - the new order demonstrates the dynamism and the great potential that the East Asian market offers to generate electricity and heat from regionally sourced wood", says Bartenstein. 

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