Reliable upgrade to green energy
ln 2009, the Danish government launched an ambitious plan to promote 'Green Growth'.
CHP plant plays a crucial role
The BWSC CHP plant on the island Revithoussa plays a crucial role for Greece in the safeguard of uninterrupted supply of natural gas.
BWSC signed a contract with Mabruk Oil Operations in Libya
On 23 November 2009, BWSC signed a contract with Mabruk Oil Operations in Libya for an extension to their existing power plant with a new 9 MW unit.
First biomass-fired power plant in Wales
This article opens the door to the story of the first biomass-fired power plant in Wales – the Western Wood Energy Project.
BWSC signed a contract with Central Electricity Board in Mauritius
In April 2009, BWSC signed a contract with Central Electricity Board in Mauritius for a 30 MW medium speed diesel plant to be built at CEB’s existing power station at Fort Victoria, Mauritius.
BWSC biomass plant awarded Local Authority Building Excellence 2009.
The award was handed over to the consortium partners, BWSC and Aalborg Energie Technik (AET), on January 27th, 2009 by Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, Wales.
Flagship project awarded African Power Deal of the Year
One award was handed over by Project Finance International to BWSC on January 21st 2009.
Electricity Authority of Cyprus
On 18 December, 2008, a contract was signed between Electricity Authority of Cyprus and BWSC for a 50 MW diesel power project to be built at EAC's existing power station in Dhekelia, Cyprus.
No financial knockout for BWSC
While the growth in many Danish and foreign companies is currently limited by the financial meltdown, BWSC's persistent dialogue with European financial institutions has shown to pay off.