Since 2007 Linka has delivered two 5,500 kW boiler lines for the district heating plant at Lolland. The plant uses straw for heating.
The turnkey straw plant in St. Merløse has ensured large savings on straw and contributed to a reduction in CO2 emission.
In 2013 Linka installed a boiler line at the straw plant in Nakskov. The boiler line is part of the plant’s overall supply of Nakskov.
In 2016 Boulstrup-Hou needed to expand their capacity, and once again Linka was chosen as the turnkey supplier of the new straw plant.
Hjallerup Fjernvarme wanted a biomass plant in addition to the use of solar heat. The choice fell on a Linka straw plant, which has already reduced district heating prices in the area.
In late 2016 Linka installed a wood chips plant for Vaarst-Fjellerad Heating plant, equipped with a crane system.
In 2015 Linka installed a wood pellet system at Tversted Heating plant. As one of the most expensive heating plants in Denmark, the switch biomass has already proven a good investment.
Since Manco Energy installed a Linka straw plant at Manor Farm, the CO2 neutral heating has reduced their carbon footprint.
Linka's British partner, Manco Energy, installed two Linka biomass plants for the English vegetable grower.
In spring 2017 Manco and Linka Energy installed a new biomass plant for the Scottish strawberry farm.
The two Swedish estates uses combined combustion with both straw and wood chips.
In the autumn of 2016 Linka delivered a biomass plant for Orupgaard Gods on Falster. The plant ensures a constant access to heat which is partly used for heating their poultry sheds.
In 2014 Linka installed a biomass plant at Vennerslund Estate. Since then it has reduced the estate's use of straw by 1/3, while their heat consumption has increased by around 33 %.
On Holmegaard the heat from their Linka straw plant is primarily used for drying grain. When installed the plant replaced an old Linka plant.
A Linka straw plant has been supplying the estate with heat since 2013. The heat is partly used for heating up production facilities.
The Swedish manor Spannarps uses the heat from their Linka plant to heat up the poultry shed, in addition to its properties.
Linka installed a combined wood chips and straw plant for the Slättäng, which supplies the estate with heat from renewable energy.
With two new systems, the English vegetable producer can heat up their glasshouses with cheap, Co2 neutral biofuel.
Since 2014 Linka has delivered two biomass plants for Langrigg Hall, and a third plant is being installed in early 2017.
In April 2017 Linka commissioned a large mobile heating plant in a newly developed industrial area in Norway.
Linka installed a large, mobile heating plant for the Swedish municipality, that has already produced significant savings on heating prices.
During 2013 Linka delivered three mobile plants, for the Norwegian Defence, which are installed on three of their bases in Norway.
In 2012 Linka Energy installed a mobile plant for Fugleaasen Business Park, which supplies the large area with CO2 neutral heating.
In 2017 our British partner, Manco Energy, installed a steam plant at a dairy in Scotland. The dairy is now producing steam from CO₂ neutral biomass.
Linka Energy installed a 3,000 kW steam plant along with our Norwegian partner, Bioenergy, that supplies TINE’s local dairy in Elnesvaagen.
Since 2015 Camp Skjold has used heating from biomass, while the latest plant in Bardufoss will be finished in the spring of 2017.
During the summer of 2017 Linka delivered a new biomass plant for Hornsyld Kobmandsgaard, designed for burning waste from grain.