This project provide the design, purchase, installation and commissioning of measuring equipments for the continuous monitoring of air emission (CEMS) of harmful and hazardous substances in three thermal power plants: TPP Nikola Tesla A, TPP Nikola Tesla B and TPP Kolubara. Overall expected results might be summarized as follows:
Where all these have to be achieved following three main principles:
Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS)
SIEMENS (Germany) in consortium with SIEMENS (Serbia)
Overall Project objective is to provide compliance of thermal power plants of Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) with the most recent European and Serbian legislation in readiness for the European Union Large Combustion Plant Directive (LCPD) which comes into force on 1st January 2008. According to Article 4 of the said Directive, for the national emission reduction plans are required the installation of continuous emission measurement systems of the hazardous gases emitted.
All TPP of Electric Power Industry of Serbia (EPS) must comply with the European Union Large Combustion Plant Directive. According to Article 4 of the said Directive, installation of continuous emission measurement systems of the hazardous gases is required.
Specific objectives of the project are design, procurement, supply, installation, testing and QAL2 certification, of the Continuous Emission Measurement Systems for all Units of the EPS Thermal Power Plants Nikola Tesla A, Nikola Tesla B and Kolubara Unit 5, as specifically prescribed in the Technical Specification of the Tender Dossier.