County Governor Elisabeth Nilsson, Technical turbines CEO Anders Jonsson and Chairman Gösta Gustavsson took the groundbreaking along with ten children from Ånestad School in Linköping.
County Governor Elisabeth Nilsson, Technical turbines CEO Anders Jonsson and Chairman Gösta Gustavsson took the groundbreaking along with ten children from Ånestad School in Linköping.

A groundbreaking ceremony symbolized the Friday morning start of construction Linköping great investment in a new power plant . The project is the largest investment to date for the technology department and the new plant is scheduled to be operational by 2016.

The new plant will be about the same size as the boiler was built in 2004 (the glass building next to the E4).

This means a capacity of 80 MW and an annual production of 500 GWh. This represents approximately 25,000 private homes annual needs.

Earlier articles about the project in conBio:
Sweden: Linköping has signed contract for new CHP
Sweden: Decision yesterday Linköping will build new waste fed CHP