According to EIB website, the project consists of financing in Haapavesi (i) the upgrade of the existing power plant, from electricity only to CHP (ii) a greenfield 2G bioethanol plant (iii) a greenfield biogas plant and (iv) ancillary equipment. The feedstock used for the bioethanol plant will consist of forest residues and sawmill by-products, such as sawdust or chipped wood residues. The biogas plant will process effluents from the bioethanol plant. The industrial steam and electricity that are is needed to operate both the bioethanol plant and the biogas plant will be generated by the upgraded power plant.
Kanteleen Voima Oy is headquartered in Finland. The Company's line of business includes the generation, transmission, and/or distribution of electric energy.
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