NCC to build $84M cogeneration installation in Sweden

WCN Editorial Team 14 Feb 2017 EUROPE ENERGY & UTILITIES

NCC has secured a SEK750M ($84.1M) contract from E.ON to build a new cogeneration installation as part of a closed-loop facility at Hogbytorp in north Stockholm, Sweden.

The scope of the work will include earthworks, concreting and civil engineering works.
 It will also include the construction of the new cogeneration installation, and earthworks for a biogas facility. The facilities will generate electricity, district heating and biogas.

NCC Infrastructure business area manager Svante Hagman said: "The facility in Upplands-Bro will be the closed-loop facility of the future and we are pleased that E.ON has chosen NCC as partner to carry out the earthworks and construction contract for the project."

E.ON’s acting CEO of customer solutions and head of Sweden operations Stefan Håkansson said: "The investment at Högbytorp will enable us to satisfy demand for energy produced from sustainable sources from a growing Stockholm region and to contribute to developing the Municipality of Upplands-Bro.”

* Data provided by Timetric's Construction Intelligence Center.

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