Westenergy refines waste into electricity, heat and recovered materials.
Westenergy’s Waste-to-Energy plant will stop for a service stop on Sunday the 27th of October. The service stop is very important as the alterations carried out during the two weeks’ time are the most significant ones since the plant started operation in 2012. In addition to major changes in the plant, there will be significantly more employees, up to 150, working in the plant during the service stop. Installing the flue gas scrubber and the commissioning of the new equipment after installation will be the most challenging stages in the project but it will all be worth it as after the project, Westenergy will produce about half of the district heat in the Vaasa region – taking Vaasa one step closer to carbon-neutral energy production.