Doosan Lentjes’ FGD technology will ensure the reliable removal of sulphur dioxide (SO2) from the plant’s flue gases. This will support the plant’s owner, Iasi Municipality, and operator, Dalkia Termo Iasi SA, in continuing to deliver heat and power to the residents of Iasi while simultaneously meeting the requirements of the Industrial Environmental Directive (IED) and reducing the ecological impact of the power plant.
The scope of Doosan Lentjes’ work includes engineering as well as the supply of key FGD equipment such as the absorber and fabric filter, along with associated technical support. The FGD solution will be based on Doosan Lentjes’ proprietary circulating fluidised bed (CFB) FGD technology.
Commenting on the project, Helmut Moshammer, Director Product Management, Doosan Lentjes, said:
“This CFB FGD project is an important step in expanding our business in FGD retrofits in southern Europe by positioning us as a reliable and experienced partner. It is also in line with our strategy to collaborate with local companies – in this case Elsaco Electronic SRL – to successfully secure and deliver these kind of projects.”
Doosan Lentjes is a specialist in the delivery of proven and reliable air pollution control technologies, helping customers across the global utility, municipality and industrial sectors to achieve cleaner power generation.