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Installation of heat storage in Würzburg cogeneration plant An investment in local climate protection and regional sustainability Rethinking energy supply is not only a political and social challenge – it

Pressurized heat storage for local heating in Hafencity – enercity Hamburg An investment in local climate protection and regional sustainability In 2020 and 2021, enercity Contracting Nord GmbH (eCNG), a

The project paves the way for future orders in the field of environmental technology For a sewage sludge incineration plant in the Chinese city of Yangzhou, Kremsmueller supplied two thin-film

The 25-metre-high heat accumulator is expected to reduce carbon dioxide by 10,000 tonnes of CO2 per year Kremsmüller has built one of the largest heat accumulators to date in the

Highest safety was the focus of the demanding technical work Norske Skog is entering the packaging paper segment, also known as containerboard. As Gert Pfleger, company spokesman for Norske Skog

Vogelbusch’s project was also technically demanding VOGELBUSCH Biocommodities GmbH had ordered two lines with two columns and one heat exchanger each. Thus, Kremsmüller manufactured and supplied four columns and two

Used plastic is a valuable raw material. Upcycling plants from MAS – Maschinen- und Anlagenbau Schulz GmbH make it possible. For this, the company relies on the services of Kremsmüller-I&C

The new location at the Chemiepark Linz provides Kremsmüller with the perfect infrastructure for orders from the Linz industry The ground-breaking ceremony for the new Kremsmüller site took place on

A total of six heat storage tanks play an important role in the energy transition Kremsmüller delivered three heat storage tanks, each 30 metres long, to Kaiserslautern back in 2017.