We are already one of the market leaders in Germany in the use of biomass. In our biomass power plants in Mannheim, in Königs Wusterhausen near Berlin and in Flörsheim-Wicker near Wiesbaden we produce environmentally friendly electricity from old and residual wood.
In addition, we operate more than 30 biomass heating plants throughout Germany and generate heat and process steam decentrally in them. The new waste wood plant in Ridham Dock (UK) went into operation at the end of the 2015 financial year. It has a net electrical output of around 23 megawatts.
Mannheim Biomass Power Plant
Mannheim Biomass Power Plant began operating in 2003 and specialises in incinerating waste and non-recyclable timber. The plant is able to incinerate all categories of waste timber. read more
Königs Wusterhausen Biomass Power Plant
Königs Wusterhausen Biomass Power Plant began regular operations in 2003 after just 21 months of planning and construction. Waste and non-recyclable timber can be accepted either as pre-treated fuels or as raw materials. read more
Flörsheim-Wicker Biomass Power Plant
Since operations began in 2003, Flörsheim-Wicker Biomass Power Plant has been generating environmentally-friendly energy from waste timber. read more
Ridham Dock Biomass CHP Plant
In Ridham Dock in the southeast of England we started operating a biomass facility in 2015. read more