Emission control "need of the hour"
The Indian Ministry of Environment & Forests (MoEF) announced stringent emission standards to regulate Nitrogen Oxide (NOx), Sulfur Dioxide (SO2), and particulate matter emissions to comply with the requirements of Conference of Parties or COP21 and its own initiative towards cleaner energy generation. These emission norms announced in December 2015, are stringent by any yardstick and comparable with standards in most Western countries. NOx & SOx emission targets will range from 600 mg/Nm3 to as low as 100 mg/Nm3, particulate matter emissions will range from 100 mg/Nm3 to as low as 30 mg/Nm3 and will vary depending on the commissioning date and size of the plant. Such targets will have to be achieved in a fairly short period of time and call for some of the best available emission control technologies to be installed at Indian Power Plants.
STEAG Energy Services believes in cleaner energy and have extensively worked in this field of emission reduction globally. We at STEAG have the expertise required to provide our clients the required optimum solutions for emission reduction in their plants to meet the latest emission requirements released by MoEF on December 7, 2015.
STEAG is capable of offering the following services:
- Concept preparation and feasibility studies
- Owner’s engineer services
- Project management services
- Site supervision services
- Commissioning assistance
- Performance test assistance