The Väo Power Plant (also known as Tallinn Power Plant) is a biomass and peat-fired combined heat and power plant in Tallinn, Estonia. It's located in the eastern end of Tallinn in Väo, in a depleted part of Väo limestone quarry. The plant supplies heat to Lasnamäe and the central districts of Tallinn. Construction started in 2007 and the power plant was commissioned in 2009. Originally, the project was started by Estonian businessman Urmas Sõõrumaa and was sold then to an affiliate of Dalkia. Since 2011 majority stake is owned by Estonian businessman Kristjan Rahu company Utilitas.

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  • The Väo Power Plant (also known as Tallinn Power Plant) is a biomass and peat-fired combined heat and power plant in Tallinn, Estonia. It's located in the eastern end of Tallinn in Väo, in a depleted part of Väo limestone quarry. The plant supplies heat to Lasnamäe and the central districts of Tallinn. Construction started in 2007 and the power plant was commissioned in 2009. Originally, the project was started by Estonian businessman Urmas Sõõrumaa and was sold then to an affiliate of Dalkia. Since 2011 majority stake is owned by Estonian businessman Kristjan Rahu company Utilitas. The power plant has capacity of 25 MW of electrical power and 49 MW of heat. It is fired by wood chips and peat. It has he a 70-metre (230 ft) high flue gas stack, supplied by Finnish company Noviter. The main contractor was KMG Inseneriehitus, turbine was provided by Siemens, fuel handling system provided by BMH Technology Oy, boiler was provided by Noviter and Metso. In 2014, construction of the Väo 2 power plant started. Väo 2 will have capacity of 21.4 MW of electrical power and 76.5 MW of heat. Like Väo 1, it will be fired by wood chips and peat. The main contractor is Axis Technologies. The turbine is supplied by MAN SE. The plant is expected to be commissioned in October 2016. (en)
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  • The Väo Power Plant (also known as Tallinn Power Plant) is a biomass and peat-fired combined heat and power plant in Tallinn, Estonia. It's located in the eastern end of Tallinn in Väo, in a depleted part of Väo limestone quarry. The plant supplies heat to Lasnamäe and the central districts of Tallinn. Construction started in 2007 and the power plant was commissioned in 2009. Originally, the project was started by Estonian businessman Urmas Sõõrumaa and was sold then to an affiliate of Dalkia. Since 2011 majority stake is owned by Estonian businessman Kristjan Rahu company Utilitas. (en)
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