20 MWel biomass power plant "Koprivnički Ivanec" in Croatia designed to achieve integrated prevention and control of pollution

Ilijevski, Živko and Završki, Ivica and Kitarović, Petra and Anić Vučinić, Aleksandra and Krapinec, Zvonimir and Kelava, Filip (2011) 20 MWel biomass power plant "Koprivnički Ivanec" in Croatia designed to achieve integrated prevention and control of pollution. = 20 MWel biomass power plant "Koprivnički Ivanec" in Croatia designed to achieve integrated prevention and control of pollution. In: 24th International Conference on Efficiency, Cost, Optimization, Simulation and Environmental Impact of Energy Systems, ECOS 2011, 04.-07.07.2011., Novi Sad; Serbia.

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The power plant KOPRIVNIČKI IVANEC fuelled with wood chips will be built in the Business Zone of the community Koprivnički Ivanec. It is designed for electrical power of 20MW which will be completely fed to the public grid. Due to an optimised design of the plant the electrical gross efficiency will reach 37%, which is among the highest value for a biomass power plant. The plant will produce about 160 GWh electricity per year, fuelled with 160,000t of forest fresh wood with heating value of about 7-13 MJ/kg. The biomass power plant KOPRIVNIČKI IVANEC is unique in the Region by its power and, the most important, by implementation of techniques and technology that are harmonised with "Best Available Techniques" (BAT-DIRECTIVE 2008/1/EC). This approach can guaranty achievement of environmental protection world standards, and in this particular case as well, emissions that are below limit values prescribed in the current legislation in Croatia. The power plant consists of four main components: fuel preparation, steam generation, electricity production and flue gas treatment. The basis for achieving high efficiency and pollution prevention are provided by the steam generator which is an advanced design of a boiler using circulating fluidised bed combustion technology. The article presents the overall characteristics of the power plant, gives an overview of the plant and point out the basis for achieving Integrated Pollution Prevention and Control (IPPC). It will also present the project management that the investor and the project developer, the company e-two-energy, established at the very beginning of the project, using national resources supported by a foreign company of high reputation in the field. This approach will enable substantial participation of the national economy in the design, equipment provision and plant building.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Lecture)
Keywords (Croatian): Design; Economics; Environmental impact; Laws and legislation; Pollution control; Power plants; Project management; Steam generators; Wood products; Best available techniques; Biomass power plants; CFB technology; Circulating fluidised bed; E-two-energy; Integrated pollution prevention and controls; Overall characteristics; Prevention and controls; Biomass
Divisions: 500 Department of Energy, Power Engineering and Environment
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Citations SCOPUS: 0 (20.4.2015.)
Date Deposited: 20 Apr 2015 11:26
Last Modified: 20 Apr 2015 11:26
URI: http://repozitorij.fsb.hr/id/eprint/3839

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