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Innovative thinking has expanded the capabilities of Valmet’s wet flue gas desulfurization technology (FGD). Instead of just removing sulfur (SOx), the system can capture nitrogen oxide (NOx) as well – and do both sustainably and economically.
Valmet aims to reduce CO₂ emissions by 80 percent in its own operations by 2030. One way to achieve this is to improve Valmet locations’ energy efficiency. Concrete actions have been taken at the Lentokentänkatu office.
The nearly 60-year-old KSS Energia’s Siikakoski hydro power plant in southeastern Finland now runs more efficiently thanks to more measurements, more data and better control. In addition to automation, Valmet’s delivery included electrification, too.
Turun Seudun Energiantuotanto's power plant in Naantali, Finland produces district heat and electricity for the area of Turku and process steam for the needs of nearby companies. This large-scale multi-fuel plant is designed to generate power by utilizing solely bio fuels at a very high efficiency ratio. Valmet’s automation systems and Industrial Internet solutions enable the power plant to run at a totally new level of efficiency in its performance and operations.
Valmet’s CFB technology and plant-wide Valmet DNA automation system are helping Cikarang Listrindo meet the growth in electricity demand from customers. The boilers have been running steadily within a full load range. The reliable and accurate automation control system is the key to ensure safe, efficient and reliable operation.