Danish technology firm Babcock & Wilcox Vølund has won service contracts at two waste-to-energy plants in the UK and one in Denmark.
The contracts are worth more than £3.2 million in total.
The UK plants are owned by Viridor, a recycling, renewable energy and waste management company.
B&W Vølund will inspect, maintain and optimise services for equipment it previously supplied to Viridor’s low-carbon heat and energy facilities.
In the Danish deal, B&W Vølund will design and install new equipment and provide diagnostic services for the Frederikshavn plant’s boiler.
“These two contracts are reflective of the many emerging opportunities as we expand our renewable energy business worldwide,” said Jimmy Morgan, SVP at Babcock & Wilcox Company, and managing director at B&W Vølund.