Process and control today | Valmet to supply waste-to-energy boiler to Thang Long Energy Environment Joint Stock Company in Vietnam

Valmet has signed a contract for the delivery of a waste-to-energy (WtE) boiler fueled with waste-derived fuel (RDF) to Thang Long Energy Environment’s waste-to-energy plant in Bac Ninh province , In Vietnam. A Valmet flue gas cleaning system and a Valmet DNA distributed control system (DCS) are also included in the delivery. The investment aims to support a clean and green economy and protect the environment of Bac Ninh province through more sustainable energy production.

The order is included in the orders received from Valmet for the first quarter of 2022. The value of an order of this type is approximately 20 to 30 million euros.

This is Valmet’s first circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler delivery to the growing waste-to-energy market in Southeast Asia. Installation work is expected to begin in 2023 and the plant will enter commercial service at the end of 2023.

“We are proud to take this step in Southeast Asia for more sustainable growth and high-efficiency energy conversion from waste. The solution will enable significant reductions in CO2 emissions and promote the circular economy,” says Jouko Latva-SomppiDirector, Thermal and Power Plants, Valmet.

Valmet Technical Delivery Information

Valmet’s delivery will consist of a Valmet Recyc boiler using circulating fluidized bed technology. The CFB boiler will burn RDF mainly from municipal waste and partly from industrial waste to produce steam for a turbine generator. The electricity produced (10 MWe) will be supplied to the Vietnam electricity distribution network.

the Valmet flue gas cleaning system will provide optimum environmental performance to meet the most stringent emission limits. The advanced Valmet DNA Distributed Control System will cover all the control of the boiler room.

The engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor for this project is TTCL Vietnam Corporation Limited (TVC).

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