During the current year FISIA Babcock Environment (FBE) has been awarded two major new orders in Finland and Sweden with a total value of approximately € 90 million. The first relates to a new waste incineration plant in the city of Tampere; the plant will become operational in 2015 and will have a waste disposal capacity of 180,000 tonnes/year. The project was commissioned by the “Tampereen Sahkolaitos Oy”, which, since 1888, has produced and managed the supply of energy in Tampere, one of the first cities in Europe to adopt municipally-owned companies of this kind. The second, in Sweden, involves the construction of a new boiler (62KV) in the important industrial and university city of Linkoping, forming the central unit of a new waste incineration line that will enter service in 2016 as part of the existing Garstadverket energy from waste (EfW) plant that currently handles about 260,000 tonnes of waste per year. The client is “Tekniska Verken i Linkoping” (TvAB), one of the largest Swedish municipally-owned companies in the field of electricity supply.