Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Ltd. (MHPS) has received an order from India’s public sector utility NTPC Ltd for additional installations of flue-gas desulfurisation (FGD) systems in the Mouda-II and Rihand-II&III coal-fired power plants.
This project aims to use FGD systems to reduce emissions of sulfur oxide (SOX) and soot dust, helping to clear and reduce air pollutants in India. This is the first order of the Limestone-Gypsum FGD system in the Indian market.
Installations of Mouda-II and Rihand-II&III are scheduled for completion in 2021 and 2022 respectively.
These projects are ordered through MHPS’s Indian subsidiary and included engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) arrangements. The order comprises two 660 MW units for the Mouda-II plant, and four 500 MW units for the Rihand-II&III plant, for a combined output of 3320 MW. The FGD systems will be additional installations to the existing power generating facilities, supporting the design of the spray-type desulfurisation systems handled by MHPS’s Indian subsidiary.
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