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Campo Grande Bioeletricidade S.A (CGB) planned to undertake the construction of a 150MW biomass thermoelectric power plant in São Desidério, Campo Grande, Bahia, Brazil.
The project involves the construction of a 150MW thermoelectric power plant, a storage room, a switchyard and substations, and the installation of boilers, turbines and generator.
Consortium Campo Grande Bioeletricidade S.A (CGB) is formed by the groups Bolt Energias (75%) and Steag (25%).
The project will also feature the plantations of eucalyptus on a 25,000ha area and the laying of a 70km power line in Gustavo Magalhaes.
The plant will use eucalyptus wood chips as fuel for power generation. The raw material for the plant will come from the eucalyptus plantation of Remasa, in which Atico has acquired a 49% of share, via its Tree Florestal fund.
The developer has won the power auction A-5 launched by the Federal Government of Brazil.
The developer got the environmental approvals for the project.
CBC Indústrias Pesadas S.A. is responsible for the manufacturing and supply of Broilers.
Siemens Ltda. is responsible for the manufacturing of turbines which are to be used in the thermoelectric plant.
Zanella Engenharia e Industria de Maquinas is responsible for supplying the equipment for the crushing mill.
In March 2014, Areva Renewables Brasil won the EPC contract for the project.
In September 2014, Areva Renewables Brasil signed the EPC contract with the developer and Instituto do Meio Ambiente e Recursos Hídricos (INEMA) issued the installation License for the project.
In February 2015, Bolt Energias awarded engineering services management and supervision contract to Leme Engenharia Ltda, a subsidiary of French group GDF Suez.
INEMA issued Installation Licence for the transmission lines.
In September 2015, Yokogawa Electric Corporation won the supply contract from Areva Renewables Brasil to deliver a control system for the power plant.
Yokogawa will deliver the CENTUM VP integrated production control system, ProSafe-RS safety instrumentation system, and other products. Yokogawa will also be responsible for engineering, and for providing installation support and commissioning for these products.
Planova Planejamento e Construcoes S.A. and Orteng Engenharia subsidiary of VINCI Energies has been appointed as engineering consultants to implement the transmission lines.
The project involves the construction of a biomass power plant in São Desidério, Bahia, Brazil.
The US$330 million project includes the following: