Mostostal Warszawa will build a heat and power plant for Synthos
On June 9, Mostostal Warszawa, Synthos Dwory 7 Sp. z o.o. sp.j. concluded a contract for the supply, assembly and commissioning of a recovery boiler and the assembly of a gas turbine set.
As part of the task, Mostostal Warszawa will build a key part of the gas and steam block investment in Synthos Dwory. Within the scope of the contract, Mostostal Warszawa will design, build and launch an installation consisting of a heat recovery boiler and the necessary accompanying energy infrastructure, among others thermal and technological, installation, fire protection, electricity and I&C. In addition to the technology provided, Mostostal Warszawa will design and build a complete set of necessary buildings, underground networks and installations, roads and squares included in the investment, and will also build a gas turbine delivered by Ansaldo Energia. The steam capacity of the heat recovery boiler will be approximately 140 t/h. Thanks to the investment, Synthos will significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions related to the production of heat and electricity for the needs of chemical installations. The newly built gas turbine will also provide additional production of electricity sent to the national grid and external entities supplied from the Synthos distribution network.
- Mostostal Warszawa is increasing its involvement in the implementation of new capacities for the Polish energy sector and industry. Thanks to our experience gained on construction sites for strategic entities, we have the potential to efficiently implement the Synthos investment. We understand the specifics of the industry, as well as the importance of energy for the chemical industry and the maintenance of the chemical production chain. This makes us a good partner for this sector - says Jorge Calabuig Ferre, Vice President of the Management Board of Mostostal Warszawa.
- Sustainable development is an important aspect of the Synthos Group's development strategy. The project of building a CCGT unit is one of its key elements. It results from our efforts to change the fuel mix used in the existing CHP plant and to reduce the share of coal. We plan to have completely carbon-free energy by 2028 - says Zbigniew Warmuz, President of Synthos S.A.