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Posted on: 19 / 03 / 2018 | 0 Comentarios
E & M Combustion has supplied five combustion equipment for the Ashalim solar thermal power plant in Israel. The company has started the commissioning works of the plant, which will have a capacity of 121 MW and will be fully operational by mid-2018. It is the seventeenth solar thermal plant in which Spanish engineering specialized in innovative combustion technologies participates.
Posted on: 19 / 04 / 2017 | 0 Comentarios
E & M Combustion, Spanish engineering specialized in the design and manufacture of combustion equipment and systems for industrial applications, has participated in an environmental project in China, where it has managed a reduction of NOx emissions at the Ji Nan Kuang Shan Heating Co below the required 50 mg of nitrogen oxide (NOx), throw Low Nox burners and Flue Gas Recirculation (F.G.R.) technologies.
Posted on: 07 / 04 / 2017 | 0 Comentarios
E & M Combustion has been awarded combustion equipment for the new Ashalim solar thermal plant in Israel, with an output of 121 MW, which will start operations in 2017 with an investment of 1,000 million dollars. The plant, called Ashalim Solar Thermal Power Station, will be located in the Negev desert and provide more clean energy to about 1.2 million households. This is one of the world's largest such projects and will become the first solar thermal plant or Concentrate Solar Power (CSP) developed in Israel by GE and its technology partner BrightSource Energy.
Posted on: 24 / 02 / 2016 | 0 Comentarios
Flue gas recirculation is used mainly to reduce the NO (nitric oxide) content in the exhaust gases from thermal combustion processes -as the use from industrial burners-, and which is referred to more broadly as NOx.
Posted on: 16 / 02 / 2016 | 0 Comentarios
Futur Energy.- Morocco is poised to make history soon, once the first phase of one of the world’s largest CSP plants starts generating electricity. When fully operational, the Ouarzazate solar complex will produce enough energy for more than one million Moroccans, with a possible surplus to export to Europe. The complex will moreover reduce Morocco’s fossil fuel dependence by 2.5 million tonnes of oil. Located on the edge of the Sahara desert, some 7 km from the Moroccan city after which it is named, the Ouarzazate solar complex is putting Morocco on the map as a solar superpower. Photo courtesy of SENER.