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MHPS receives order for DeNOx system for power plant in Spain  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems (MHPS; Yokohama Japan; www.mpshq.com),  received an order from Hidroelectrica del Cantabrico, S.A., the Spanish power producer of EDP (Energia de Portugal) group, for two sets of selective catalytic reduction (SCR) type DeNOx systems for installation at the company’s Power Station Abono Unit 2 and Soto de Ribera Unit 3. These high-performance systems reduce emissions of NOx (oxides of nitrogen), a cause of air pollution, by more than 80%. The systems for Abono Unit 2 and Soto de Ribera Units 3are scheduled to go into operation in 2016 and 2017, respectively. The awarded DeNOx systems will be installed to thermal power stations located in the province of Asturias, north-northwest of Madrid, having an output of 560 MW and 361 MW respectively. The DeNOx system to be installed will enable the power station to satisfy European regulations on thermal power plant emissions that are slated to be tightened in 2016, while also ensuring a stable and continuous operation. The thermal power stations are located near the town of Gijon, which is a famous sightseeing spot for its beautiful beach. The installation of the DeNOx system will play a large role in the protection of the local environment. The DeNOx…
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