Emden是Ostfriesland（德語），或East Frisia/Eastern Friesland（英語）的城市和要港，位於Ems河的出口，面向荷蘭的Groningen省。這是第一站，除了在市中心走了一圈，我們還去坐船參觀這裡的港口。
Emden is the main city and habour of Ostfriesland (DE), or East Frisia/Eastern Friesland (EN) of Germany. Beside having a walk in the city centre, we also joined a boat tour to visit the habour.
Map of Ostfriesland (from Wikipedia)
The Main Street.
Dat OTTO HUUS。
Very very cute.
The City Hall.
These schips or boats are renovated and become museum, restaurant etc.
Gate of the old town.
Old town area.
50 years Volkswagen’s factory at Emden.
Backside of the City Hall.
It’s raining. So we went to take a boat tour at the habour.
Inside the sightseeing boat.
Boat tour begin.
New buildings at the habour area.
Bridge of railway.
Cars waiting for export.
Sparepart of locks.
Emden biomass cogeneration plant (Statkraft website).
Info from Statkraft’s website
Production: 140 GWh
Capacity: 20 MW
The biomass cogeneration plant was commissioned 2003 and is an association between EWE (55%) Statkraft (30%) and the municipal utility Emden (15%). The plant is operated by Statkraft. In the biomass cogeneration plant matured timber produces steam by being burned in a boiler. Through the use of a steam turbine the steam drives a generator with 20 MW electrical power output. The plant has an electrical efficiency rating of around 31% and generates renewable electricity for approximately 40.000 households annually. In addition 30 MW of heat is extracted from the steam turbine and delivered to the Volkswagen industrial site in Emden via a 5 km long pipeline. This increases the fuel utilization of the plant to approximately 65%.
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