After only 18 months of construction, a new biomass CHP plant from ReGaWatt was built in Puidoux, Switzerland. But read more about it yourself in the following interview, click on the link or on the picture to get to the article. Betreiberinterview Source: www.fee-ev.de
The Holzzentralblatt, the magazine for forestry and timber management, reports in the current issue (No. 38) about our beautiful projects in Switzerland. Click on the picture to go to the whole article.
Driven by our pioneering spirit, we continue to research new fuels and our gasifier technology. We are constantly developing our system concept in a customer-oriented manner so that we can meet modular customer needs.
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The CHP plant in beautiful Switzerland, in Charmey, is progressing according to plan and will soon be in the commissioning phase. The peak load boiler installed there already supplies the spa in the neighborhood. A few pictures about the project.
You are welcome to visit us from 27.05 – 31.05 at the Ligna at Hannover. You will find us in hall 25, K22. We would be delighted to have the opportunity of welcoming you personally. Your RegaWatt Team
While we already have mild spring temperatures, there is still snow in the beautiful Charmey (Switzerland). But that did not stop us from lifting our Kombi Power System into the building stock and starting with the assembly. Here, the entire ReGaWatt team did a great job. In the next few weeks, the construction company is […]
Romande Energie officially and solemnly opened the CHP plant in Puidoux (CH) on 10th September. ReGaWatt supplied a turnkey energy system with a rated thermal output of 4.5 MW and a total electrical output of 890 kW, generated by an ORC turbine (120 kW) and a combined heat and power plant (770 kW). The heat […]
Romande Energie wanted a network pumps module for their heat distribution. No problem for the ReGaWatt team: It has completed and delivered the module last week to beautiful Switzerland where it is already placed. The wiring and piping has also started, to be prepared for the winter.