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Nov 30, 2017 11:14 EEST
BANJA LUKA (Bosnia and Herzegovina), November 30 (SeeNews) – Yokogawa Electric Corporation said it will deliver a control system for a flue gas desulfurization system that is to be installed at Bosnia's Ugljevik coal-fired power plant.
Thе flue gas desulfurization system, which will be the first of its type to be installed in the Western Balkans, is scheduled to start operation in October 2019, Yokogawa said in a statement on Wednesday.
The price of the deal was not disclosed.
The Ugljevik power plant, in northeastern Bosnia, has a capacity of 300 MW, which is sufficient to supply a quarter of the total electrical generation capacity of the Serb Republic, one of Bosnia's constituent entities.
The flue gas desulfurization system is expected to improve the environment and help Bosnia meet environmental standards, which is a requirement for joining the EU, Yokogawa explained.
The project will be managed by Yokogawa GmbH, the company's subsidiary in Austria, and Central East Europe and Ogranak Yokogawa Europe Branches Beograd, the Serbian office of Yokogawa Europe. Delivery of the CENTUM VP system will take place by August 2018.
In Central and Eastern Europe, Yokogawa products are being used in flue gas desulfurization systems at large coal-fired power plants in Bulgaria and Romania.
Funded in 1915, Yokogawa's global network of 113 companies spans 60 countries.
The Serb Republic is one of two entities that from Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other is the Federation.
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