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Biomass CHP plant manufacturer Spanner Re² currently offers exclusive All-inclusive jubilee package
Spanner Re² was put its first wood gasifier into operation in 2008. On the occasion of this auspicious anniversary, the manufacturer is celebrating by offering an exclusive All-inclusive package.
Spanner Re²’s “wood-power plants” generate electricity and energy from all natural wood types. Plant operators can make themselves energy-independent and use the electricity generated to power their electric car.
In 2011, Engelsberg, a part of the market Lauterhofen, invested in a wood gasifier from Spanner Re². After more than six years of operation, the Spanner Re² Biomass CHP “HKA 30“ has provided the bioenergy village a satisfactory income from: producing more than 1.5 million kW of electricity and 3.6 million kW of heat – all from reginally sourced wood chips.
25 Biomass CHP units from the German plant manufacturer Spanner Re² GmbH will go into operation in Japan towards the end of this year. In close cooperation with its Japanese subsidiary Spanner KK, Re² is implementing another major project for combined power and heat generation by using wood.
The leading plant manufacturer Spanner Re² GmbH from Germany is launching a new wood-based Biomass CHP on the market. With around 68 kWel and 130 kWth, the plant is highly efficient and generates climate-friendly electricity and heat from wood chips.
- Intelligent power generation and control enables medium-sized companies to sustainably optimize their own electricity consumption - an important milestone in optimizing the energy balance
- Capping peak loads reduces the complete energy costs
- In addition, Digital Energy Solutions moves forward with island capability enabling energy self-sufficiency for their customer Spanner Re²
The Canadian community Kwadacha is not connected to the national grid. Until recently, the electricity was produced exclusively by diesel generators. With the EnergyBlock from Spanner Re² GmbH, electricity and heat production now occurs in a climate-friendly way. The new energy source is wood, which is grown by the local forest management.