The small town of Premnitz lies in the Havelland nature park directly on the lower Havel lowland's river landscape. Broad landscapes, deep forests, and quiet lakes offer an pleasant quality of life. At the same time Premnitz is a city full of energy. The recently established industrial park is a prime example of that. Local energy generation and needs go hand in hand here.
Thus one of the most modern plants in the last decade originated here for the energy-related exploitation of alternative fuels (EBS) in Germany. EEW Energy from Waste Premnitz planned, constructed, and operates this plant to generate environmentally friendly electricity and steam from 270,000 tons of combustible material. Neighbouring businesses in Premnitz's industrial and commercial park are supplied with this generated energy.
Alternative fuels (EBS) are a specially treated form of commercial and industrial wastes that have a considerably higher caloric value than traditional household waste.
|Fluidized-bed combustion start-up||2001|
|Stoker-fired furnace start-up||2008|
|Investment in the stoker-fired furnace||70m. euros|
|Number of lines||2|
|Waste-bunker storage volume||18,000 cubic meters ≈ 9,000 t|
|Range calorific value||8,5-16 MJ/kg|
|Incineration temperature||>850°C (Stoker-fired furnace)|
|Incineration temperature||>760°C (Fluidized-bed combustion)|
|Power generation||90,384 MWh/a ≈ 26,000 households|
|Steam geneartion||118,358 MWh/a|
|District heating generation||126,570 MWh/a|
The operator EEW Energy from Waste Premnitz GmbH publishes the emission data to continuously inform the citizens on the quality of the exhaust gas purification of its waste incineration line.
You can find the values of the past years below (only in German):
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