ASV6 – building work for new block

The CHP plant Asnæsværket near Kalun­dborg is Ørsted A/S’s largest power plant. Whereas the existing blocks burnt coal, the new block will convert energy production from coal to sustainable wood chips. Wood chips will mainly come from residual prod­ucts such as branches, twigs and thinning out trees. The new biomass-fuelled block building, called Block 6 (ASV6), has a capacity of 25-MW power and a total of 129- MW district heating and process heat. In a main contract, Aarsleff delivered the build­ing work for the CHP plant’s new Block 6.

Work done by Aarsleff Construction and Ground Engineering
and the Aarsleff company Wicotec Kirkebjerg A/S