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Power plant

  • Committed to the energy transition | SPIE

    Not only is it switching off all its nuclear power plants, but there are plans to step away from coal and oil power in the future... And SPIE is working at every stage of the process: from building power plants, to upgrading transition lines, substations and city grids... They have the idea to build a pump facility under the ground, as big as a power plant from about 1400MW, that will be connected to the 380kV grid
  • SPIE awarded "CHP Plant of the Year 2018" | SPIE

    -The CHP (combined heat and power) plant of the Klinikum am Bruderwald Hospital in Bamberg has been awarded" CHP Plant of the Year 2018"... Ratingen, April 10 2019 -Planned and implemented by SPIE, the Combined Heat and Power plant of the Klinikum am Bruderwald Hospital in Bamberg has been awarded" CHP Plant of the Year"
  • Belgium: SPIE is contributing to the development of renewable energy | SPIE

    Brussels, July 11th 2018 -SPIE, the independent European leader in multi-technical services in the areas of energy and communications, has been involved in the construction of the deep geothermal power plant of VITO (Vlaamse Instelling voor Technologisch Onderzoek), the Flemish Institute for Technological Research, which specialises in clean technologies and sustainable development
  • Protecting the climate by cutting CO2 emissions: SPIE helps Bottrop sewage treatment plant to implement solar thermal drying facility | SPIE

    SPIE OSMO will be delivering and installing on the site of the Bottrop sewage treatment plant four additional combined heat and power plants, producing a total heat output of eleven megawatts... In four digestion tanks, fermentation gases are initially produced from the sewage sludge at the Bottrop sewage treatment plant and then converted into electricity and heat by the four combined heat and power plants previously installed by OSMO
  • SPIE helps create Alsace's largest solar power station | SPIE

    The Wittelsheim power plant is built on the site of Alsace's former potash mines and has 68 508 photovoltaic panels, which cover 27 hectares and produce more than 26 MWp of energy. This makes it one of the largest photovoltaic power plant projects in France... The construction of this solar power plant enables us to consolidate our reputation as an expert in the renewable energies market and even more so in the photovoltaics market
  • SPIE develops the largest solar plant in Hungary | SPIE

    The almost three-month planning phase started in June 2018. After a record realisation time of only 5 months, the works were able to commence their two-month trial operation in February 2019." In the test phase, we were able to collect many important information about the photovoltaic power plant
  • Accelerating the energy transition with deep geothermal energy | SPIE

    The first of its kind in Flanders, the deep geothermal power plant is a test case for rolling out this renewable energy source on a large scale... In 2018, VITO selected the bid proposed by SPIE Belgium to supply the cooling system in a new power plant that is part of VITO" s" Deep Geothermal Energy ' research initiative
  • Development of a solar plant in Hungary | SPIE

    The photovoltaic power plant, in which about 16 million euros have been invested and which has been installed on behalf of the Hungarian energy provider Mátrai Er m Zrt, consists of 64 000 polycrystalline solar modules with a nominal output of 355 watts each. The high power and capacity of the environmentally friendly plant could, for example, supply some 6 500 households with electricity
  • SPIE sets up a high-voltage transfer station with new gas insulated 110 kV switch gear on behalf of Stadtwerke Rostock Netzgesellschaft mbH | SPIE

    "The new high-voltage transfer station will serve to connect an upcoming 20 MW power to heat power plant that can longer be connected to the existing Marienehe substation due to technical and spatial constraints. In the future, the planned power plant will convert surplus electrical energy into heat and is thus an excellent example of combining the electricity and heat sectors", says Sebastian Kulla, project manager from the High Voltage operational division at SPIE Deutschland & Zentraleuropa
  • New solution for stabilising power grids : SPIE is installing an innovative new 380-kV shunt reactor for TransnetBW | SPIE

    It ensures a reliable power supply in the face of increasing shutdowns of conventional power plants as well as fluctuating solar and wind power feed-in... If required, the shunt reactor is simply switched on in stages", says Sebastian Schröter, Project Manager at TransnetBW. The increasing share of renewable energies in our power supply and the continuous shut-down of conventional power plants means that there is also an increasing need for controlling the 380- kV high-voltage grid