When complete the new built Vinh Tan power plant will be owned and operated by Electricity of Vietnam (EVN). With Doosan Lentjes’ FGD technology the ecological impact of the power plant is reduced by reliably removing sulphur dioxides (SO2) from the power plant’s flue gas to a legally approved minimum.
The scope of Doosan Lentjes’ work includes the engineering as well as the supply of key equipment, along with advisory services. The FGD solution is based on the company’s proprietary seawater flue gas desulphurisation (SW FGD) technology.
Commenting on the project, Thomas Stetter, Director Air Pollution Control, Doosan Lentjes, said: “With this current FGD project, we have further strengthened our position in Asia as a trusted and experienced technology provider. Based on the comprehensive experience we have gained in previous projects in Vietnam, we appreciate the opportunity to collaborate with local suppliers as they can provide valuable expertise and local knowledge. Combined with Doosan’s experience and know-how, this results in an effective partnership with the capability to successfully deliver projects to customers.”
This contract is the first joint contract to be awarded in Vietnam to Doosan Heavy Industries & Construction and Doosan Lentjes since the latter became a member of the Doosan Group in 2011.
Doosan Lentjes a specialist in the delivery of proven air pollution control technologies, which help customers all over the world generate environmentally-friendly power.