Dubai 3:00 PM | New Delhi 4:30 PM | Dhaka 5:00 PM | Bangkok 6:00 PM
Indian power producers require low cost, environmentally clean yet very reliable baseload power generation that can leverage India’s vast indigenous coal and biomass resources. CFB technology has increased itsworld-wide presence principally due to its highly-desirable fuel ﬂexibility feature combined with signiﬁcantly reduced air emissions, particularly CO2. The CFB’s fuel ﬂexible and low emissions design provide Indian power producers the ability to utilize the lowest cost coal, petcoke, coal slurry, lignite, washery rejects, biomass, rice husks and peat, even in variable mix combinations, to produce the lowest possible power cost for Indian consumers.
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CFB technology also oﬀers several additional commercial advantages. Its inherent low emissions design avoids the cost of installing and operating expensive DeNOx and DeSOx ﬂue gas cleaning equipment. Supercritical and ultra-supercritical CFB technology further increase conversion eﬃciency thus lowering both CO2 emisions and the overall cost of electricity production. Long-term operating data clearly demonstrates that CFB clean coal technology has a lower forced and planned outage rate and thus higher reliability than conventional coal and biomass combustion technologies. All these features should be very attractive.
The webinar will focus on the technical, economic and environmental beneﬁts of CFB boilers that may be customized for the Indian power market. Plant case studies relevant to the Indian market & fuels will be presented, such as:
Korea’s 2,200 MWe Samcheok Green Power Project (4 x 550 MWe), uses SFW’s ultra-supercritical CFB technology. Topics of special interest to Indian power developers include the unique plant design features that give KOSPO, the plant owner, the greatest possible ﬂexibility in fuel procurement. This important design feature now saves KOSPO millions of dollars in fuel cost each year of operation.
Turkey’s 450 MWe Soma Kolin (2 x 225 MWe), is a project under construction using SFW CFB technology that will eﬃciently burn locally-procured very low-quality lignite. This is an important example for Indian power developers who are constrained to using low quality coals and lignites yet are challenged by regulators to meet low air emission limits while producing aﬀordable and reliable electricity.
UK’s Teesside Renewable Energy Plant (1 x 299 MWe), the world’s largest “brownﬁeld” 100% biomass-ﬁred power station in the UK features SFW’s advanced biomass CFB technology.
Attendees will be given the opportunity to ask questions about their specific project interests during the Q&A session of the webinar.
This free webinar can help you make an informed decision about the application of CFB technology in your power market and on your specific fuels. Register today to secure your spot!
Who Should Attend:
Government Energy Planners and Policy makers
Government Environmental and Energy Regulators
Utilities and Independent Power Producers & Developers
Architecture and Engineering Companies
Asset Managers and Power Plant Owners
Asif Hussain | Senior VP of Strategic Business Development | Sumitomo SHI FW
Asif Hussain is responsible for business development within Africa, Middle East and Indian sub-continent. He has over 23 years experience in the power industry and markets based on extensive experience gained working for Foster Wheeler and Babcock Power in roles as field service engineer, project engineering, sales & marketing and management serving the utility and Industrial market. He has a Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Maryland as well as leadership & management training