Fortum to cut emissions at Polish coal plant

Finnish company Fortum is to supply secondary measure technology to reduce nitrogen emissions on two boilers at a coal-fired power plant in Poland.

The Krakow plant is owned by EDF Group and the work will be carried out on the first boiler next year and the second in 2018.

“The systems delivered by Fortum will bring the nitrogen emissions of the Krakow power plant to clearly below the European Union’s new emissions norms that will take effect in 2018,” said Heikki Andersson, vice-president of power solutions at Fortum.

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