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Sustainable Energy Plant Design - Event Special
At Energy from Waste (EfW) Live in the UK and Biogaz Europe in France, CAD Schroer highlights its campaign in support of sustainable energy, providing large-scale power plant design software at cost.
Significant savings for biogas plant designers
“New waste to energy (WTE) technologies are constantly emerging, while existing technologies are getting more efficient,” says Anke Adams of CAD Schroer. “With strict international emission targets and the drive to exploit renewable energy sources, technologies like anaerobic digestion for the creation of biogas are on the top of the agenda at many energy shows in 2013. CAD Schroer will attend with the goal to make it more affordable for renewable energy plant providers to plan and deliver new projects.”
CAD Schroer’s MPDS4 3D plant engineering software allows project engineers to design plants of any size, route and connect services, and quickly cost Brownfield or Greenfield projects. For companies using the software on renewable energy plants, CAD Schroer offers a 70% discount on the software, as well as discounted maintenance and support services.
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Extensive Energy from Waste Conference Program
Both the Biogaz Europe exhibition at ExpoNantes, France (20 – 22 March 2013) and the Energy from Waste Live show (part of Sustainability Live) in Birmingham, UK (16-18 April 2013) will feature a high level conference program all around advanced thermal treatment processes including pyrolosis, gasification, autoclaving, anaerobic digestion, mechanical biological treatment (MBT) and incineration with combined heat and power. They will bring together industry professionals who can combine experience and expertise with fresh ideas and practical solutions, enhancing sustainability in businesses across Europe.
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“CAD Schroer’s teams in France and the UK are looking forward to contributing to the renewables debate with engineering software expertise, and with technology that makes the large-scale plant design process as productive and cost effective as possible,” Anke Adams concludes.