Filborna Combined Heat- and Power Plant
The Filborna waste-to-energy plant is run by Öresundskraft, the municipality of Helsingborg’s wholly owned energy company. Commissioned in 2013 with a 70 MW boiler and an annual 160,000 tonnes RDF incineration limit, the plant is being upgraded to 250,000 tonnes pa. and a 90 MW boiler, producing steam for district heating and electricity.
The Ecological City of Tomorrow in the Western Harbour, Malmö
Western Harbour, previously a run-down shipyard and industry area of 187 hectares, is today a vivid “city within a city” with a university, ~10,000 inhabitants and more than 16,000 people working (2016). The area has its own systems for managing its energy supply and waste treatment. Car traffic in the area has been minimized as an environmentally friendly approach to urban planning and mobility.