Aalborg CSP is a leading developer and supplier of innovative renewable technologies aiming to change the way energy is produced today. Relying on extensive experience from some of the most efficient concentrated solar power (CSP) projects around the world, the company designs and delivers green technologies and integrated energy systems to lower cost of energy for industries and power plants worldwide. Aalborg CSP has realised more than 1,700MWth cost effective green energy solutions to a variety of industries worldwide.
On Monday 2. December 2019, Aalborg CSP welcomed Marie Bjerre, member of the Danish Parliament and political spokeswoman on sustainability and the UN Sustainable Development goals, to their headquarters in Aalborg for a talk about renewable energy technologies and the green energy transition.
Back in April 2019, Aalborg CSP received an order from the Danish utility and energy supply company SK Forsyning to deliver an 8MW industrial solar heating plant. Now, only a few months after cutting the first sod, the plant has harvested its first sunrays, thereby producing energy for the first time.
The Aalborg CSP header-and-coil technology celebrates its 10-years leakage free anniversary in 2019. The company’s first header-and-coil type heat exchangers, used in the Solnova plants near Sevilla in Spain, has a unique design, which is well-known from conventional and power plant boilers. The design reduces the thermal stress profile on the equipment and thereby eliminates the risk of leakage and provides a reliability close to 100% for CSP plant owners.
Aalborg CSP landed an order to deliver a 2.6 MWth solar-thermal plant in Denmark. With the system in Egedal, Aalborg CSP continues its series of new projects based on customized solutions with solar and storage supporting a competitive transition to renewable energy.
Aalborg CSP has received the largest order in terms of megawatt power to deliver steam generator systems based on the leakage-free header-and-coil technology for three CSP plants in Dubai, each providing 200 MWe totalling 600 MWe for the largest CSP project in the world. When completed, the solar park will provide clean energy to more than 270,000 residences in Dubai, while reducing the carbon emissions by 1.4 million tonnes per year.
Aalborg CSP, Danish renewable energy specialist and a well-known player on the industrial and district heating market, landed a new order to deliver a 2.6 MWth solar-thermal plant in Denmark. With the system in Egedal, Aalborg CSP continues its series of new projects based on customized solutions with solar and storage supporting a competitive transition to renewable energy.
The record-breaking Dubai 700MW CSP+250 MW PV Hybrid Project developed by ACWA POWER, with Shanghai Electric Group Corporation as EPC, will use the Steam Generation Systems based on header-and-coil technology from Aalborg CSP after signature of a 600 MWe order for delivery of 42 heat exchangers and pressure vessels. The header-and-coil technology from Aalborg CSP has operated since 2009 in Spain without any leakages in the tube bundles and will provide value-add for the project with a much higher availability and significantly lower operation and maintenance cost.
Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP, is among the top four finalists competing for the prestigious Clean Energy Council’s Innovation Award 2018. The company has been shortlisted for the development of Australia’s first concentrated solar power (CSP) facility that supports desert-farming operations. This ground-breaking plant in Port Augusta demonstrates an outstanding example of successful deployment of clean energy technologies in Australia.
Danish renewable energy specialist, Aalborg CSP A/S has today (30 June) in collaboration with the client, Smørum Kraftvarme A.m.b.A. inaugurated a brand new 11,312m2 solar district facility in Smørum, the capital area of Denmark. The plant, which has during test productions outshined expectations, is the fifth solar-thermal system that the company has built in the country so far, thereby contributing to Denmark’s ambitious targets to become fossil fuel free by 2050.