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PARAT wins major contracts in rapidly growing german renewable energy sector

Norway’s leading supplier of steam and heat solutions, Parat Halvorsen, has made a major breakthrough in Germany’s rapidly developing renewable energy sector with the delivery of two of its unique 20MW 10kV electrode steam boilers to Infraserv Höchst in Frankfurt.

The contract, comprising complete boilers with control system, instruments and pumps, underscores Infraserv’s growing awareness of the potential offered by Germany’s developing market for secondary regulation. In addition, it reflects Infraserv’s pioneering work in realising a large scale electrical boiler plant on the 460 hectare industrial park in Höchst, where more than 90 companies employ around 22,000 personnel.

Overall, Germany’s wind energy sector employs around 118,000 people with the German Wind Energy Association representing approximately 1,100 manufacturers, suppliers and service providers, 2,100 operating companies and 15,000 investors.

Norway’s leading supplier of steam and heat solutions, Parat Halvorsen, has made a major breakthrough in Germany’s rapidly developing renewable energy sector with the delivery of two of its unique 20MW 10kV electrode steam boilers to Infraserv Höchst in Frankfurt.

 

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