energy services

Energy is a changing resource, integrated into a future solution

Committed to energy challenges, at REMONDIS we have a long history in the energy recovery of waste (Waste to Energy), the production of alternative fuels, as well as the use of alternative energy sources.

ENERGY VALUATION

In Lünen’s Lippe plant, alone, REMONDIS generates an impressive 336,900 MWh of energy (combining electricity and heat) annually. The fluidized bed plant contributes 178,300 MWh, and the biomass-fueled plant adds 158,600 MWh. This substantial production not only meets the energy demands of the recycling center but also exceeds them, resulting in approximately 222,300 MWh being injected back into the grid.


Additionally, REMONDIS actively participates in various energy recovery plants across Europe.

NEW ENERGY SOURCES

REMONDIS is committed to alternative natural sources of energy such as photovoltaics and wind power.

We are fully involved in the development of new energy sources, whether in the production of biodiesel or in the generation of new alternative fuels.

Range of services in Energy Management

Management

Production

At REMONDIS we are convinced that the solution to the market’s energy demand lies in combining different actions. Our starting point involves optimizing energy consumption and diversifying energy sources, emphasizing the reduction of fossil fuels and, consequently, CO2 emissions. At REMONDIS, we actively pursue this transition by focusing on both the energy recovery of waste and the production of alternative fuels, showcasing our commitment to research, development, and innovation (R&D&I).

23

floors of Biogas

10

Landfill gas plants

SERVICES IN ENERGY MANAGEMENT

Energy management

Management

  • Energy management.
  • Energy audits.
  • Commercialization management.
  • Implementation of mixed supply systems.
  • Reduction of the use of fossil fuels (CO2 emissions).

Production

  • Alternative natural sources: solar, wind…
  • Energy recovery of waste (Waste-to-Energy).
  • Generation of alternative fuels.

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