In Curtis-Teixeiro, Greenalia operates a 50 MWe biomass-fired bubbling fluidized bed (BFB) power boiler plant delivered by Valmet in 2020. With the agreement Greenalia wants to secure the availability and maximum capacity of the plant and further improve its environmental performance by emission control.
“For Greenalia, the objective with the signing of this agreement is to achieve the highest possible boiler efficiency and availability through totally green energy generation, contributing to the fight against climate change,” says Alex Espasandin Varela, Plant Manager, Greenalia.
“For Valmet, the recently signed service agreement gives the possibility to continue the successful collaboration with Greenalia. We will do our best to support the customer on their journey towards improved performance and the company’s ultimate goal, tackling the climate change through clean energy,” says Marcos Gonzalez Moreno, Service Sales Manager, EMEA, Valmet.
Technical information about the agreement
The scope of the service agreement includes support in the overall plant development and spare parts management, Valmet Performance Center services such as KPI monitoring, on-demand remote expert support, performance evaluation and reporting. It also includes condition assessment of the boiler and its pressure parts, fuel feeding and ash-handling systems.
Greenalia is a Spanish energy company producing electricity using exclusively renewable sources, such as wind, sun and forest biomass from the remains of certified plantations.