Operating experience with the Dangjin Bio-1 plant has demonstrated the many advantages of circulating fluidised bed technology, not least of which is exceptional fuel flexibility. The plant is operating successfully (meeting output and emissions guarantees) on a very varied mix of fuels, including coal and palm kernel shells, as well as wood waste, which was not included in the initial power plant design criteria.
published in Modern Power Systems, August 2019
South Korea, a country of over 50 million people and the world’s eleventh-largest economy, imports 96% of its energy due to a lack of indigenous energy resources. To improve energy security and its environmental score card, the government’s 8th energy plan calls for reducing the share of coal-fired generation, accelerating energy efficiency measures, and increasing investment in renewable energy.Read full article