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Danish joint venture completes biomass plant ahead of schedule

The joint venture behind biomass plant Snetterton has stuck to both schedule and budget. In fact, the EUR 207 million project has been completed ahead of time.

Biomassplant Snetterton Renewable Energy Plant is ready one month early.

This is according to an announcement from the joint venture behind the project, which is made up of Burmeister & Wain Scandinavian Contractor (BWSC), Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP), and PensionDanmark.

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