Amsterdam, the Netherlands—Deltaway Energy International, Inc., a U.S.-based company that deploys waste-to-energy and biomass experts to support power plants worldwide, has signed a two-year contract with AEB. Deltaway will provide operations and asset management services for a waste-fired power plant in Amsterdam. AEB is a sustainable raw materials and energy company.
Deltaway has previously provided engineering and start-up services at the 4,200-ton-per-day plant, one of the world’s largest, which had partially shut down last year. The new contract, signed in December 2019, broadens Deltaway’s scope to include operations and maintenance services. Deltaway recently deployed two full-time senior managers to the site, in addition to providing ongoing engineering support. The company has also been tasked to establish a state-of-the-art performance monitoring program.
“This is one of the most complex challenges in my 30 years in the waste-to-energy business,” says operations manager Craig Durr. “I’m proud to help a great company under new leadership turn its performance around to a sustainable level and retain its flagship position in the industry.”
Deltaway Energy International, Inc. is a worldwide network of experts who focus on turnarounds, engineering, operation and maintenance, and outage support for waste-to-energy and biomass power plants. The company applies industry best practices and its own proven performance improvement tools, experience, and design solutions to help clients increase income and reduce operating costs. The company is headquartered in Wyoming and maintains offices in San Francisco and Amsterdam.