Restrukturierung des Energiestandortes Mannheim der MVV Umwelt – Ausrichtung für die Zukunft –

Die MVV O&M GmbH als Tochterunternehmen der MVV Umwelt GmbH mit Sitz in Mannheim plant, baut und betreibt die Abfall- und Biomasseverbrennungsanlagen der MVV Umwelt. Die Anlagen haben eine gesamte Verbrennungskapazität von fast 1,4 Millionen Tonnen pro Jahr. Die Standorte sind Mannheim (Müllheizkraftwerk 625.000 Tonnen Abfall pro Jahr; Biomassekraftwerk 125.000 Tonnen Altholz pro Jahr), Leuna (Abfallverbrennungsanlage 390.000 Tonnen Abfall pro Jahr), Flörsheim Wicker (Biomassekraftwerk 90.000 Tonnen Altholz pro Jahr) und Königs Wusterhausen (Biomassekraftwerk 120.000 Tonnen Altholz pro Jahr).

1. Der Energiestandort Friesenheimer Insel
1.1. Aufbau
1.2. Müllkessel 4
1.3. Müllkessel 5
1.4. Müllkessel 6
1.5. Abgasreinigung der Müllkessel 4 bis 6
1.6. Wärmeschaltbild des Müllheizkraftwerks (80 bar)
2. Weichenstellung für die Zukunft des Energiestandortes
2.1. Neues Energiekonzept
2.1.1. Variante ohne Gasturbine:
2.1.2. Variante mit Gasturbine:
2.2. Umbau des Müllkessels 4
2.3. Umbau des Müllkessels 5
2.4. Wirtschaftlichkeit
3. Zusammenfassung

Copyright: © TK Verlag - Fachverlag für Kreislaufwirtschaft
Quelle: Energie aus Abfall 7 (2010) (Januar 2010)
Seiten: 32
Preis inkl. MwSt.: € 0,00
Autor: Dr.-Ing. Johannes Günther
Dipl.-Ing. Peter Knapp
Dipl.-Ing. Peter-Ernst Huber

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