FGD TENT B project in Serbia
The flue gas desulfurization (FGD) plant removes sulfur dioxides (SO2) from flue gas produced by boilers, furnaces, and other sources. Construction of such plant in Serbia will significantly improve environmental protection and ecology.
Guided by the knowledge and experience of our employees, as well as the trust shown so far by Mitsubishi Power, construction of plants on TENT A and TENT B reduces air pollution, as well as improves energy efficiency in the country.
Construction of FGD plant on both TPP Nikola Tesla B units should reduce the total amount of sulfur dioxide emissions from 3,000 milligrams to 130 milligrams per cubic meter.
It is estimated that in addition to the above, the commissioning of this plant, will reduce the level of emitted solid particles into the atmosphere from the current 50 milligrams to below 10 milligrams per cubic meter.
FGD process has a gypsum of “euro” quality (more than 95 percent purity) widely used in construction as a bi-product. Mixed with ash and slag, it is used in road construction.
TENT B flue gas desulphurisation project will reduce the level of sulfur dioxide emissions from 80,000 tons per year, to 4,500 tons, which is about 20 times less.
All co-operating partners share a strategic vision, pursue compatible targets, and contribute to the progress of the project.