With an installed power of 1029 MW, the Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant generates, on average, one third of the energy in the country, and in periods of crisis, it can cover more than one half of the national demand. The average annual electricity production ranges from 3,500 and 3,800 GWh. The average annual production of thermal energy used for district heating in the Šaleška Valley amounts. The EBRD is considering financing the modernisation programme of Termoelektrarna Šoštanj (TEŠ, or Borrower) which focuses on the replacement of four existing low efficiency units with a new state-of-the art supercritical 600 MW Unit 6 with full environmental protection systems (Project) constructed within the boundaries of the existing Šoštanj Power Plant in the city of Šoštanj, north-east Slovenia Sostanj Thermal Power Plant Trg svobode (Liberty Square The Šoštanj coal-fired power plant is set to suffer a total net loss of EUR 870 million by 2030, mostly due to high CO2 prices, which may make its closure inevitable even before 2033, currently the most optimistic scenario for Slovenia's coal phaseout
Slovenian lignite-fired thermal power plant Termoelektrarna Šoštanj (TEŠ) has been developing several projects aimed at achieving gradual energy transition thus contributing to carbon neutral society. They include the use of natural gas, the capture and utilization of CO2 (CCU), hydrogen production and the utilization of alternative fuels The Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant. The Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant, which produces about one-third of all electricity in Slovenia, is preparing for a project of recovered waste co-incineration. The project is named SO-EN: Coincineration for Energy. The SOEN project is a step forward in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which is in line with the EU's. There are currently five units in the TEŠ (Termoelektrarna Šoštanj) power plant, which is owned by Holding Slovenske Elektrarne (HSE). Units 1 and 2 have closed down, and units 3, 4, and 5 were planned to be shut down around 2016. The TEŠ6 is the newest unit of the project, made to replace the old technology of the previous units. The newest edition is said to increase the power generated by 30%. This new unit will hold around 600 megawatts of electricity Sostanj lignite thermal power plant unit 6, Slovenia Slovenia has built a new 600 MW unit at the Šoštanj lignite power plant (TEŠ6) which has turned out to be a financial disaster, as well as locking the country into a carbon-intensive future with tens of millions of annual losses for the next four decades
The Šoštanj lignite power plant is ranked the mostpolluting industrial facility in Slovenia by the European Environment Agency (2014). The retirementtimetable of the plant is currently being debated, aﬀecting the lifetime of both the plantand the Velenje lignite mine that supplies the plant Šoštanj's TEŠ Power Plant Will Be Allowed to Import Coal. STA, 2 April 2019 - The coal-fired power plant in Šoštanj (TEŠ) has been given the green light to import coal, the public broadcaster TV Slovenija reported on Monday evening. The Environment Agency (ARSO) decided that TEŠ requires no new environmental permit for mixing the.
. The case concerned the project of a new 600 MW lignite unit thermal power plant (TEŠ 6) located approximately 80 km north-east of Ljubjana. The project has been challenged before the European Investment Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, which provided financial support for the project irrespective of its impact and due. dependence on lignite, the Thermo Power Plant Šoštanj is in a phase of constructing a new Unit 6 with a capacity of 600 MW that in accordance with the investment plan should be substituting units 1 - 5. Unit 6 should go commercially online in 2016 with the life time expectancy of 40 years, meaning that the Thermo Power Plant Šoštanj will remain the biggest polluting facility in the.
The Šoštanj Thermal Power plant is unique, due to the operation of an underground lignite coal mine, which is also owned by HSE the largest Slovenian energy company. This mine is an associated facility to the project and therefore falls under the Bank's Environmental and Social Due Diligence requirements. Given that the new unit will replace the existing units, the mining operations are to. In 600MW Unit 6 at Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant, Rudis constructed flue gas desulphurization plant which at flue gas flow 2.100.000 Nm3/h with SO2 content 8.200 mg/Nm3 (dry, 6% O2) reaches 20-30 mg/Nm3 (dry, 6% O2) SO2 content at outlet from the plant. With these kinds of performance results, this is technologically one of the most perfected flue gas desulphurization plants in large power plants in Europe
The Šoštanj Power Plant (Slovene: Termoelektrarna Šoštanj), also known as the Sostanj Thermal Power Plant, is a lignite and natural gas fueled power station on the bank of the Paka River near Šoštanj, Slovenia. Termoelektrarna Šoštanj is the owner and operator of the plant; TEŠ is fully owned by Holding Slovenske Elektrarne (HSE), which is 100% held by the Republic of Slovenia Final Technical Due Diligence Report ŠOŠTANJ THERMAL POWER PLANT Due Diligence Services Investment of New Lignite-fired 600 MW Power Generation Unit European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD. Kk Kk. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 16 Full PDFs related to this paper . READ PAPER. Final Technical Due Diligence Report ŠOŠTANJ.
This page was last edited on 15 January 2020, at 15:19. Content is available under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike. SourceWatch is a project of the Center for Media and Democracy (CMD) The Šoštanj lignite power plant is ranked the most polluting industrial facility in Slovenia by the European Environment Agency. Air pollutant emissions from the plant expose a large number of people to PM2.5, NO2 and mercury pollution. If the plant operates until 2042, we project approximately 1,100 deaths due to exposure to air pollutants and mercury  April 1, 2021 by Health Impacts. The power plant with an overall efficiency of 46% will operate in cogeneration mode (supplying heat to the local district heating system) and will largely replace the existing lignite-fired generating capacity operating at low conversion efficiencies (26-33%)
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Šoštanj in North Slovenia 30km from the Austrian border is the location of an existing lignite-fired power plant - Termoelektrarna Šoštanj or TEŠ owned by HSE (Holding Slovenske Elektrarne d.o.o.), a 100% state-owned electric utility. The plant is presently comprised of five units. Units 1-2 built in the 1950s have closed, 3 is about to close and 4-5 are set to close in 2016. A new. . Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant; Brestanica Thermal Power Plant; Dravske elektrarne Maribor; City Municipality of Velenje; Municipality of Šoštanj; City Municipality of Novo Mesto; Municipality of Jesenice; Municipality of Mozirje; Municipality Kanal ob Soči; Elektro Slovenija; Petrol Energetika; Gorenje ; Hydro power plants on the lower Sava River; Nikola Tesla Thermal Power Plant, Obrenovac. The mine feeds the Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant with just over three million tonnes of coal a year, which in turn produces almost a third of the electricity consumed domestically. Indeed, it represents a key chunk of what is a healthy and flexible Slovenian energy mix, with nuclear power also accounting for around 30 percent power generation and renewables another 30 percent (hydro being the. Alstom has received the Provisional Acceptance Certificate (PAC) for the 600MW ultra-supercritical Unit 6 at Šoštanj power plant, in north-eastern Slovenia. The unit has now started commercial operation, generating approximately one third of Slovenia's power production, thus allowing the country to ensure its energy independence
Velenje mine is the only coal mine in Slovenia and all of its lignite output is used at the nearby Šoštanj power plant. Operated by PREMOGOVNIK VELENJE and employing a unique mining method, it is one of the largest and most modern underground mines in Europe. The mine is located in the Šaleška dolina valley and boasts one of the thickest-known lignite seams in the world, at more than 160. The Šoštanj thermal power plant is the largest producer of the electrical power in Slovenia. The energy product for production of the electrical and thermal energy is lignite from the Velenje coal mine. Following excavation in the mine, coal must be transported to coal deposits, through conveyor belts, cross-way stations to the boiler bunkers, which are the last stop before the power plant. We know we have to and will gradually close down the Velenje mine and the Šoštanj thermal plant, as well as that there will be a shortfall due to the end of the lifespan of the existing unit at the Krško nuclear power plant, said Vizjak. This means that we'll lose more than two-thirds of the production sources. At the same time we must set off those losses and increase our. .o.o., for the construction of a 600 MW coal-fired steam power plant at Šoštanj in northeast Slovenia. Under the terms and conditions of the contract, Alstom Power will supply* the complete power island, comprising the steam turbine generator set, the water-steam cycle, the boiler and the ALSPA distributed control system to the new unit 6. This unit, which will be. Termoelektrarna Šoštanj is a Yugoslavian (Slovenian) Short Documentary Film. Four phases in the construction of Šoštanj thermo electrical power plant, the biggest one in Slovenia
Power plant Šoštanj, unit 6 - concept, tender documentation for main technological equipment, building permit - Member of the project team Power plant Trbovlje, desulphurisation plant for unit 4 - Commissioning supervisor and operating supervisor according to ZGO -Optimization of operation for different limestone supplier. Power plant district heating plant Ljubljana, elevation of the. readiness for the Sostanj Power Plant Unit 6 Proposed methodology for evaluation of compliance with art. 33.1 of directive 2009/31/EC and progress towards full CCS Readiness Contents: Executive summary.. 3 I. Purpose of the document.. 3 II. CCS readiness definition..... 5 III. Description of the Document ZCO 2 Capture Readiness of Unit 6 in Thermal Power Plant Šoštanj (Paper No. The thermal power plant Šoštanj generates 30 % of all energy of Slovenia and is located relatively centrally in the north of the country. The power plant consists of several coal-fired power plant blocks which should be replaced and ecologically optimized by the construction of a new block. The aim is to reduce CO₂ emissions by 35 % using the latest technology as well as reducing SO₂. Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant, Cesta Lole Ribarja 18, 3325 Šoštanj, Slovenia. Correspondence: Tanja Tajnik, University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of Agriculture, Jamnikarjeva 101, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia. E‐mail: email@example.com. Search for more papers by this author . Lučka Kajfež Bogataj. University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty, Department of. The thermal power plant Šoštanj was ecologically optimized by the construction of a new block with the newest technology that planned to replace the others step by step. The corresponding cooling tower was errected by a WT 300 e.tronic in our special version. Datteln 4, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany . At the new power plant unit Datteln 4, one of our WT 300 e.tronic special type cooling tower.
Power Plant Šoštanj Executive design of the energy unit 600 MW in Power Plant Šoštanj. The scope of works included: boiler house standing and hanging part and ducts. Power Plant Jaworzno Planning and executive design of the energy unit 910 MW in Power Plant Jaworzno III. The scope of works included: planning and structural analysis for a part of the boiler house and workshop project for. This is a list of the tallest structures that existed in the former SFR Yugoslavia (currently located in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Slovenia) Power plant Šoštanj Sep 1995 - Jul 2001 5 years 11 months. Design and optimization of maintenance, production of technical part of tender documentation, preparation of work programs, outage plans and other working documents, monitoring and analysis of maintenance, facilities and equipment. Education Univerza v Mariboru Univerza v Mariboru Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering. 1989. Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant, Slovenia: Alstom, Germany: Assembly of canals. 2012. - 2014. EOR - Etan plant: Končar-Inženjering za energetiku i transport (za INU) Procurement and assembly of equipment for injection of CO2 into the wells on the Etan plant in Ivanić Grad. 2012. - 2013. Lennetal - Hagen Bridge : JHL Industriemontagen und Anlagenbau Leipzig: Assembly and welding of the.
The lignite-fired power plant in Šoštanj, Slowenia provides one third of the total power generation of Slowenia. A huge reconstruction programme has now been reducing the emission of harmful environmental effect for years. The block 6 is being built at the moment. Its sighted performance accounts for 545,5 MW. The estimated time of operation is 40 years. After completion of the power plant. The Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant complex is expected to see the construction of a new power plant unit with corresponding structures. Following the construction plans the client expressed a legitimate aspiration to execute a rounded, full-scale arrangement of the TEŠ complex, at first reflected only by the new structures, and in the later stage applied to the rest of the complex The MÁTRA power plant at Visonta, located 90 kilometres north-east of Budapest, has a total capacity of 966 MW (2 x 100 MW units, 1 x 220 MW unit, 2 x 232 MW units, 2 x 33 MW gas turbines and, since 2015, a 16 MW solar park which was sold in 2018). The wet flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) system commissioned in 2000 at Visonta is interesting as it is installed inside dry cooling towers and. The Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant, which produces about one-third of all electricity in Slovenia, is preparing for a project of recovered waste co-incineration. The project is named SO-EN: Co-incineration for Energy, a step forward in reducing greenhouse gas emissions, which is in line with the EU's strategy towards a carbon-free society and is a strategic direction for the management of the.
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Šoštanj, Slovenia Austrian crane firms Prangl and Felbermayr, and German firm Breuer & Wasel, have all played a role in the construciton of a new power plant in Šoštanj, Slovenia. Felbermayr lifted two gigantic pipes inside the cooling tower of the recently built Block 6 unit at the Šoštanj power plant in Slovenia. To complete the job. Zagora region and in Šalek valley, Slovenia (Šoštanj thermal power plant), are presented in [2, 3]. In paper  authors intended to present possibilities of implementation of advanced con-trol concepts, in selected thermal power plants, in order to increase plant efficiency and to lower pollutants emissions. There are different methods of experimental, numerical and theoretical researches. The strong cooperation and established connections with regional energy producers - energy companies Thermal power plant Šoštanj (Termoelektrarna Šoštanj TEŠ d.o.o.) and Velenje mine (Premogovnik Velenje d.d.), both subsidiaries of Holding of Slovenian Powerplants (HSE d.o.o.), the largest producer of renewable energy on the national level - provides MOV with great capacity to. Since 2005, we have been using a certified quality management system and environmental management systems ISO 9001 and 14001 for maintaining mechanical equipment in power plants. We are qualified to carry out demanding locksmithing, welding and piping works also possible at the Šoštanj power plant, which has five units, two of which are more recent and equipped with flue-gas cleaning equipment and three of which are older and have no cleaning equipment
19.06.2020 - Erkunde WILBERT Tower Cranes GmbHs Pinnwand WILBERT Cranes at Work auf Pinterest. Weitere Ideen zu osthessen, deutsche bank frankfurt, datteln . ZK-TERMOCHEM s.r.o. Podvinný mlýn 1418/2. 190 00 Praha 9. Tel: +420 284 682 152. Fax: +420 284 687 237. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. Sostanj power plant - 600 MWe, Slovenia. Customer: Alstom Power Stuttgart. Investor: Termoelektrarna Sostanj. Value: 10.000.000 € Season: 2013 - 2014. Capacity. The Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant (Termoelektrarna Šoštanj - TEŠ) is a limited liability company whose sole member is Holding Slovenske elektrarne. TEŠ is the biggest power plant in the Holding Slovenske elektrarne (HSE) system, as well as in the Slovenian electricity network (EES), both in terms of electricity generated and installed power. In addition to electricity generation, the.
Šoštanj in North Slovenia, 30 kilometres from the Austrian border, is the location of an existing lignite-fired power plant, Termoelektrarna Šoštanj or TEŠ. It is owned by HSE, Holding Slovenske Elektrarne, a 100% state-owned electric utility. The plant is presently comprised of five blocks. Units 1 and 2, built in the 1950s, have closed. Power plant Sostanj (Slovenia) 0. Executive design of steel structure for boiler house (standing and hanging part) and ducts in a power unit with the output of 600 MW in the lignite power plant Sostanj in Slovenia. Client Termoelektrarna Šoštanj Category Power energy sector Date 20 December 2012 Tonnage 12 000 tons Project location Slovenia Year 2012 Pulp mill in Montes del Plata (Uruguay. WITH TWO FUNCTIONING COAL-FIRED GENERATORS AND TWO GAS-POWERED GENERATORS, THE ŠOŠTANJ THERMAL POWER PLANT (TEŠ) IS THE LARGEST THERMAL ENERGY FACILITY OF THE HSE GROUP. It covers almost one-third of all needs for electricity in the country. Its principal activity is the production of electricity and thermal energy for district heating. visit the website . PREMOGOVNIK VELENJE. THE COMPANY. power plant (ŠoŠtanj tpp) dr aleksandar kešeljević faculty of economics university of ljubljana ljubljana, november 2012 . index 1. instead of an introduction..... 3 2. calculation of the economic flow of the project based on the input data and assumptions of aip5.. 4 3. financing cost and sensitivity analysis..... 5 4. sensitivity analysis regarding changes in the price of electricity.
Each year, the company produces over 3 million tonnes of lignite (3.35 million tonnes in 2017), which is used at nearby Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant. At today's mining output, there are enough deposits of the Velenje lignite for another four decades of the coal mine operation, but due to changes in the energy industry and the envisaged changes in the operation of the Šoštanj Thermal Power. Acceptance test of the cooling system at Unit 6 at power plant Šoštanj [Slovene language; original title: Garancijski preizkusi hladilnega sistema bloka 6: Termoelektrarna Šoštanj]. Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, LTE, Ljubljana, September 2015. ROTAR, Maja, KUŠTRIN, Igor, OMAN, Janez. Performance test of cooling system of unit 5 at power plant Šoštanj after modification of cooling. Slovenia's Šoštanj thermal power plant (TPP) gave the boiler of its 345 MW unit 5 a test run in the afternoon hours on Monday, 30 July 2018, using oil burners. The unit is to be synchronised with the Slovenian power grid in the next few days, said the Šoštanj plant on Tuesday Two lignite-fired power plants are operational in Slovenia: Šoštanj (884 MW) and Ljubljana (CHP, 123 MW). Only the lignite Velenje mine is still operating due to a contract to supply the Šoštanj power plant until 2054. The share of lignite in total energy consumption declined from 20% in 2010 to 15% in 2019. Coal accounted for 28% of the.
The Salek valley used to be exposed to huge amounts of pollutants due to its close vicinity to the largest Slovene thermal power plant of Sostanj (STPP). Due to large emissions of SO2 and heavy metals as well as dumping of fly ash negative effects on the environment appeared (e.g. forest decline in area exposed to deposition of emission by the STPP, pollution of lake Velenje and the river Paka) A critical examination of the investment proposals for Unit 6 of the Šoštanj Power Plant. Publisher: CEE Bankwatch Network. Volume: 29 pages, pdf . Description: The Holding Slovenske Elektrarne (HSE), owner of the electricity production unit Termoelektrarna Šoštanj (ŠTPP) in Slovenia, has commissioned a plan to construct Unit 6 of this powerplant. The main reason for the investment in a. Alstom successfully operated Unit 6 of otanj power plant in Slovenia at its full capacity of 600 MW for the first time. This major achievement in terms of reliability comes only one month after the successful completion of the synchronization of unit 6 to the Slovenian grid and the production of the first MWs, and 3 months after the first fire of the boiler SO 2 pollution is still a significant problem in Slovenia, especially around large thermal power plants (TPPs), like the one at Šoštanj. The Šoštanj TPP is the exclusive source of SO 2 in the area and is therefore a perfect example for air pollution studies. In order to understand air pollution around the Šoštanj TPP in detail, some analyses of emissions and ambient concentrations of SO. OF ŠOŠTANJ THERMAL POWER PLANT GRADUATION THESIS Higher professional studies Plešivec, 2009. Grudnik P. Razvoj sestojev v vplivnem obmo čju termoelektrarne Šoštanj. Dipl. delo. Lj., Univ. v Lj., Biotehniška fakulteta, Oddelek. za gozdarstvo in obnovljive gozdne vire, 2009 II Diplomsko delo je zaklju ček Visokošolskega strokovnega študija gozdarstva. Opravljeno je bilo na Katedri za.
Individual loans Construction and operation of two run-of-river hydropower plants on lower Sava river at Blanca and Krsko in east of country Soške elektrarne Nova Gorica d.o.o. Construction of new 600 MW power plant to replace obsolete facilities near Velenje in north-east Slovenia Termoelektrarna Šoštanj d.o.o. Framework loan for financing small and medium-scale projects in energy and. The condition of the forest ecosystem in the vicinity of the largest Slovene power plant [the Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant (ŠTPP)] was monitored during the period 1991-2008 by determining the total concentration of sulphur, ascorbic acid and chlorophyll in Norway spruce needles. After 1995, the introduction of cleaning devices at the ŠTPP dramatically reduced the former extremely high SO2.
The target was a local area around the Šoštanj Thermal Power Plant in north-east Slovenia. As one of the co-authors of the work we decided to renew the database and to produce the necessary up-to-date information that would allow other researchers to use this experimental database for modern models testing. The measurements data set describes in detail the following situation: Šoštanj.