Technologies, automation and services for energy production
Valmet is a reliable technology partner in changing energy markets. We know how to combine energy solutions based on biomass, waste and fossil fuels. We enable our customers to make the most out of them for heat and power generation.
Together we can develop innovative solutions based on our decades of experience and wide technology, services and automation offering. Valmet offers a single point of responsibility for project delivery and services covering the entire lifecycle for improved reliability and performance.
Latest energy articles
Power Plant Efficiency: How to increase your revenues and save the World
It’s possible to increase your CHP plant efficiency above 100 % and generate more than 20 % extra district heating power with the same fuel and reduce CO2 and other emissions at the same time?
Optimized means profitable at all times
Two of Finland’s biggest energy producers, Helen and Vantaa Energy, have improved their short- and long-term production planning with a Valmet DNA Energy Management solution utilizing the vast opportunities of the Industrial Internet.
Topping-out ceremony at HOFOR’s power plant in Copenhagen
An important milestone was achieved at HOFOR’s Amagerværket power plant construction site in Copenhagen, Denmark, when the topping-out ceremony was organized.
Customer needs drive innovation
Customer needs and global megatrends have been the driving force of Valmet’s product development throughout the company’s 220 years of industrial history. Resource efficiency and open innovation connect Valmet’s product development and customers. New leaps in development are aimed at the Industrial Internet and digitalization. Read more on how Valmet's R&D helps customers to move their performance forward.
21 and counting - Framework for success with CNIM
Constructions Industrielles de la Méditerranée (CNIM), a French leading builder of turnkey biomass and waste-to-energy plants in Europe, has chosen Valmet as a partner for delivering automation systems to waste-to-energy plant projects through 2018.