Finland-headed energy major Fortum Oyj has revealed that its Fortum eNext services division has signed a "low-NOx combustion technology" agreement with Bord na Móna in Ireland for its Edenderry peat and biomass power plant.
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According to a statement, the Fortum eNext agreement covers the whole turnkey project from process design to commissioning and implementation of the combustion technology for the 128-MW co-fired power plant.
The project has started immediately and is due to be completed by the end of this year. The new agreement is, Fortum says, a continuation of a long history of improving client’s “environmental and financial performance”.
Fortum has long experience in designing and building low-NOx combustion technology solutions for different types of power plants and running the projects successfully. We are happy to help our customer to improve its operations and reduce emissions. With our support the Edenderry power plant can continue to meet stronger environmental regulations, said Kari Lahti, Head of Performance, Fortum eNext.