Installation of flue gas de-sulphurisation system in second phase
Khandwa. The Madhya Pradesh Power Generating Company has started preparations to install Flue-Gas De-sulphurisation System (FGD) in the unit number 3 and 4 of 660-660 MW capacity in the second phase of Shri Singaji thermal power project located at Khandwa. In a notification issued by the Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change, Government of India, the thermal power plants have been instructed to keep the emission of sulphur dioxide within the norms of 100 mg / ³(100Mg/Nm³).
Unit number 3 and 4 of 660-660 MW capacity will be operational in July and October this year respectively in the second phase of Shri Singaji Thermal Power Project. Global tender has been issued for the establishment of Flue Gas D-Sulphurisation System (FGD) in both the units. The estimated cost of the tender is approximately Rs 562 crore. Flue Gas De-Sulphurisation System (FGD) is likely to be operational in the year 2021 in the unit number three and four of Shri Singaji thermal power project till June and September respectively.
Flue Gas De-Sulphurisation System will be set up in one and two units constructed in the first phase of Sanjay Gandhi thermal power house, Power Generating Company, Satpura thermal power house, Sarni, Amarkantak thermal power house Chachai and Shri Singaji thermal power house Khandwa. A separate programme is being prepared for this.