Scientific Engineering Centre “Biomass”

We are greening the future!

Yevgen oliynyk

Head of Heat and Power Division

Entering year: 2006

Education: Power Engineer (National Technical University of Ukraine "Kiev Polytechnic Institute", Boilers & power reactors construction, 2002).

Specialization: Technologies and equipment for heat and electricity generation from biomass. Calculation of boiler and heat and power plant flow diagram, power cycles, special calculation of steam and hot-water boilers. Circuit and technical solutions development for creating of new power equipment and reconstruction of the existing boilers for biomass using. Analysis and estimation of techno-economic indicators of energy equipment, it introducing into production and operation. Project management.

Work experience:

Participated in projects UKEEP (Ukraine) and MoSEFF (Moldova) from EBRD for energy efficiency as a technical consultant. Participated in energy audits of industrial and utility enterprises. Experience in preparing and developing of projects on the energy use of biomass, researching of the energy equipment market and to ensure the fuel supply. Participated in project of development, manufacturing and implementation of heating boilers with periodic straw bales burning, and also participated in testing and carrying out of developed equipment setup labor.

Previous experience: Development of industrial boiler for sunflower husk pellets combustion on a positions of 1-rst category engineer in Kyiv starting-up and adjustment management "Orgpisheprom" and team leader in the SPDTB "?nergomashproekt" Chief Designer Division's.


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