GEIA has entered into a cooperation agreement with the Norwegian company Arbaflame to develop and operate future production facilities based on Arbacore pellets tecnology in southeastern Europe. The agreement with Arbaflame provides GEIA with an exclusive right for use av Arbacore technology in the region
The ambition is to develop, build and operate production facilities with a minimum capacity of 300,000 tons of Arbacore pellets within 3 to 5 years.
GEIA is currently well on its way in building an organization that will contribute to the successful roll-out of new projects based on Arbacore technology. This will be a significant contribution to phasing out coal in one of Europe's regions with the highest density of coal-fired power plants. All countries in Europe have set ambitious climate targets and imposed the majority of coal-fired power plants to either shut down or to switch to environmentally friendly alternatives.
Work on identifying new possible locations in the region has already begun and the plan is to initiate feasibility studies during 2022.
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GEIA has per December 2020 initiated, developed, built, and commissioned two renewable energy projects in Republic of Croatia. One project is an environmentally friendly biomass power production facility, while the other project is a facility for production of environmentally friendly biopellets. Both projects are today 100% owned by the Norwegian company Croatia REN AS. With respect to the technical layout, the Project consists of:
GEIA have successfully built up an extensive network in the region, and is now dedicated to developing and building several new facilities from Croatia as a springboard for long-term and sustainable development in the region of Southeast Europe