Emission Control Technology for Coal-based Power Sector to meet New Environmental Norms

September 28, 2017

September 18, 2017: CSE organized a training workshop for pollution control board officials in Singrauli, Madhya Pradesh between September 5 and 8.  The program was designed to impart knowledge on the pollution control technologies available to meet the new emission norms and their functioning. It was structured to have two days classroom session, one-day field visit, and a half day policy discussions.   

Hemant Kumar Sharma, Director, Environment, of Madhya Pradesh Pollution Control Board, presided over the program and Anurag Chaudhary, District Collector, Singrauli began the closing ceremony of the workshop. The program was attended by sixteen pollution control board officials from Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh and officials from power stations in the area, particularly Uttar Pradesh Rajya Vidyut Utpadan Nigam Limited, JP, Essar Power, and National Thermal Power Corporation. 



List of Participants



DAY 1:

Introduction to CSE
By: Priyavrat Bhati, CSE

Expediting Implementation of New Norms
By: Rohit Pathania, CSE

ESPs and Bag Filters: Technology, Retrofitting Options, Design Sensitivities
By: Shankar Thakur, Expert

Inspecting ESPs: Key Parameters, Focus areas and Corrective measures
By: Shakar Thakur, Expert

DAY 2:

FGD Technology: Overview
By: Shaktikanta Dash, BHEL

FGD Technology: Types, Requirements, Efficiency and Design Sensitivities
By: B. Krishnakumar, ISGEC Heavy Engineering Ltd.

FGD Performance Assessment: Efficiency Parameters; Inspection Protocols and System Observations
By: Srikanth G, Aswathi Industries Limited

System modifications for NOx control
By: Anup Kumar Shukla, Techfab Systems

NOX Control using SCR/SNCR
By: B.Krishnakumar, ISGEC Heavy

DAY 3:

NTPC Vindhyachal Power Station - Brief

DAY 4:

Perspectives of Industrial Stakeholders on New Environmental Standards and the Way Forward
By: Nilima Sao and Ramakrishna Gadre, The Tata Power Company Limited