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Peninsula Link is a 27-kilometre freeway located in South-East Melbourne connecting the suburbs of Frankston and Mount Martha. The project was procured under a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) which involved the design, construction in addition to the long-term maintenance and operation of the freeway. Peninsula Link commenced operations in 2013 and, given its structure as an availability PPP, is not subject to demand risk.
Vopak Terminal Eemshaven
Vopak Terminal Eemshaven is a tank terminal which was purpose built for the long-term storage of strategic petroleum reserves. It is located in Eemshaven in the North of The Netherlands and has been operational since 2012. The terminal comprises 11 tanks with a total storage capacity of 684,025 cubic meters (currently used for storing diesel and gasoline) and is well connected through a deep-water jetty for seagoing vessels.
Kvitebjørn Varme is the district heating network in the city of Tromsø, the largest urban area in Norway inside the Arctic Circle. It produces more than 170 GWh of thermal energy annually, primarily from sustainable and low carbon generation technologies (including a modern 22MW waste to energy plant with an annual capacity of 56,000 tons). The heat is distributed through a network of 55km of underground pipes.
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