The South Dublin project is VEO’s first delivery for a heat pump project and it will be implemented as a turnkey package. Currently, VEO is working with the design and programming of the equipment, after which the production of low- and medium-voltage switchgear and control systems will start at VEO’s factory in Vaasa, Finland. The goal is to start heat supply in Ireland by the end of this year.
“Our strength in these kinds of projects is found in our strong process expertise and experience in successfully managing export projects with our international partners. In a large-scale project, the schedule responsibility is high, but through the use of our own products and close cooperation with local partners, I believe that we will keep to the schedule. We are also very pleased that through this delivery we will be able to strengthen our cooperation with our long-term customer Fortum,” says Luoma.
“We chose VEO because of their readiness to deliver automation and electrification solution as a total delivery to the site in Ireland and their reliability as a supplier. The project has started nicely in close cooperation. Together with our customers we are tackling the challenge of providing clean, reliable and affordable energy to end-users. This includes developing low-carbon solutions for local energy systems that are critical for societies to run,” says Kari Lahti, Energy Systems General Manager of Fortum eNext.
Rami Luoma, Key Account Manager, CHP Plants (WtE & Biomass) VEO, +358 50 5327 428, email@example.com