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    Sogama

    ACCIONA designed and constructed the SOGAMA waste-to-energy plant facilities at La Coruña's Cerceda Environmental Complex.

    OGAMA's urban solid waste (USW) treatment plant was built to transform non-recyclable USW into a type of refuse-derived fuel (RDF), to later be treated in a steam/water cycle boiler for electricity production.

    With a total capacity of 50 MW and an input of 488,000 tonnes of urban solid waste per year, the plant is divided into four parts:

    •          Yellow Bag Classification Plant (PCBA in Spanish): Light Packaging Recycling Plant.
    •          Recycling, Treatment, and RDF Preparation Plant (PRTE in Spanish).
    •          Cogeneration Plant (PCOG in Spanish): Six groups of generators producing a total of 21.21 MWe.
    •          Thermoelectric Plant (PTE in Spanish).

    In addition, we provided services related to the construction of two water treatment plants, a dumping site for inert slag, and an electrical substation.

    KEY FIGURES 

    ·         488,000 tonnes of USW per year

    ·         Electrical cogeneration capacity of 21.21 MW

    ·         Thermoelectric generation capacity of 50.00 MW

    ·         Estimated production of 515,000 MWh per year

     

     

     

    GENERAL INFORMATION

    Location: La Coruña, Spain

    Client: Sociedade galega do medio ambiente

    Thermoelectric capacity: 50 MW

    Technology: Waste to energy

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