Thermal Power Plants
Thermal Power Plants make important contributions to the region’s economic and social development.
Thermal Power Plants generate energy in a low-cost, efficient, and environmentally friendly manner.
The advance technology thermal plants are designed with fluidized bed combustion technology, which is an alternative to the pulverized coal combustion technology employed in most plants.
Thanks to this technology, combustion is realized with solid fuel, consisting of coal and limestone, on the air cushion formed with the air under the combustion room due to the fluidized bed boiler. This process ensures that coal remains in the boiler combustion room for longer, enabling combustion reaction at lower temperatures. This technology reduces environmentally harmful NOx emissions to a minimum.
The desulphurization process is realized directly inside the boiler by using limestone during combustion. This technology both minimizes the emission of the gases harmful to the environment and boosts the plant’s efficiency, thus lowering the cost of power generation.
The same conscientious approach is applied when eliminating ash created during the combustion of lignite. The ash generated in the power plant started to be stored in the Ash Storage Areas, when received an environmental permit from the related Provincial Directorate of Environment and Urbanization
The energy suppliers with old system thermal power stations shall better make necessary investments proactively to counter the negative impact of lignite coal on the environment and human health.
Coal-fired power plants need to complete their investments to install a flue gas treatment system to continue their operation without any interruption.
The new technology thermal power plants with fluidized-bed boilers and wet flue gas purification systems are met all legal and regulatory requirements stipulated by environmental legislation on Air Emission, Wastewater Discharge and Regular Storage, thanks to its advanced combustion and treatment technologies.
Our executive team, consists of managers, gainned experience in large thermal power plant projects, listed below: