Albury Cogeneration

Report
Albury Mill Biomass/Gas Cogeneration
3 March 2011
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5. Project Benefits – Phase 1
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CO2 reduction of 15% or 107,000t CO2 per annum
Mill steam supplier
No internal manning changes
Creation of 5 external jobs in biomass supply chain
Up to 100 construction jobs
75% less natural gas than used now
No upgrade to gas network is required for this phase
Part of the current gas network is available for Albury
City Council Planned Industrial Hub project
– 8 MW generated on-site,
• Exempt from AEMO
• 6 MW green generation
• 2 MW gas generation
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5. Project Benefits – Phase 2
– Phase 1 benefits plus,
– CO2 reduction by a further 16% or 115,000t CO2 per annum
– Total CO2 reduction is now 31% or 222,000t CO2 per annum
– All of the current gas network is available for Albury City Council
Planned Industrial Hub project*
– 33 MW generated on-site,
• 6 MW green generation
• 27 MW gas generation
* Requires new high pressure gas pipeline infrastructure
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5. This Stage Deliverables
▪ The expected deliverables of this stage 3 Phase 1 are as follows:
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Planning approval completed
EIS completed and approvals underway
Detailed design completed
TransGrid connection agreement completed
Commercial arrangements in place including for biomass supply
Construction contractor appointed
Major equipment suppliers selected and agreements in place
Preliminary equipment orders placed
Government funding agreed
Re-confirmed business case
Toll gate submission
Board report and submission
To be completed by 31 December 2011
For further project information please
contact:
Mr Michael Machin
Environment and Business Development Manager
Albury Mill
Ph +61 260583089 (Office)
+61418124951 (mobile/cell phone)
[email protected]
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