Bosnia’s Ugljevik power plant to get flue gas desulphurization system

Bosnia’s Ugljevik power plant to get flue gas desulphurization system

Published at: 2018-05-23 11:29 | Author: CIJ Serbia
A flue gas desulphurization unit at Bosnia’s Ugljevik coal-fired power plant is set for completion in mid-2019. More than 60 percent of the unit has already been installed. The system will be the first of its kind in Western Balkan. Project costs are estimated at €100m, with €80m being financed through a loan from the Japan International Cooperation Agency. This project is being managed by Yokogawa GmbH. The 300 MW lignite-fired Ugljevik power plant is located in northeastern Bosnia.

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