Feb. 12 (Bloomberg) -- Metso Oyj, a Finnish engineering company, won an order to supply Bioenergeticheskaya Kompaniya LLC in Russia with a plant that will use bark and waste wood from sawmills to generate electricity and heat.
The 4-megawatt plant in the Komi Republic, in Russia’s northwest, is expected to start working next year, Helsinki-based Metso said today in a statement on its website. It declined to disclose the value of the order. The power produced will be fed into the local grid.
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