Montenegro: Steag responsible for the environmental reconstruction of the Pljevlja Thermal Power Plant

Montenegro: Steag responsible for the environmental reconstruction of the Pljevlja Thermal Power Plant
According to Montenegro's power utility Elektroprivreda Crne Gore (EPCG) the company has chosen an offer by the Essen-based (Germany) industrial group Steag Energy Services GmbH "for the drafting of a preliminary design project for the reconstruction of Pljevlja plant with an installed capacity of 225 MW", as Balkan Green Energy News has reported.

The German company that specialises in the fields of energy and renewable sources is to sign the contract with the Montenegrin utility in the coming days, whereas Steag Energy Services will have seven months to finish the project.

The site reads that, "The project, designed to avert the major polluter’s shutdown, includes installing new DeSOx and DeNOx systems, upgrading of the existing electro-filter facilities, developing a wastewater treatment system, reconstructing the transportation system for coal combustion products, and building a heat facility as part of the Pljevlja municipality’s district heating project.".... / IBNA

 

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