Power & Energy

Today total environmental impacts of power production are a subject of emerging interest. Operation of power plants presents direct and indirect impacts to the environment. Direct impacts consist of instant emissions due to the operation of power plants and indirect impacts are originated from the production and transportation of fuels and waste handling. The direct emissions are monitored with Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS) but indirect Life Cycle Impacts (LCI) are typically assessed only once during the design phase of process properties such as applied combustion technology and fuels.
Our Solution
Digital power plant systems for gas and coal plants can increase the average conversion efficiency substantially. These efficiency gains come about through a clever blend of Internet of Things (IoT) technology and active monitoring. Optimising fuel combustion, tuning the plant to adjust to the properties of the coal being burned, adjusting the oxygen levels in the boiler, and reducing downtime due to equipment failures all have an impact. By using iLotusLand software this relatively ‘dumb’ information can be collected and turned into ‘smart’ decisions.
Your Benefits
The direct impacts of instant emissions, the production of energy, the transportation of required fuels and the handling of the waste generated by these plants are much better visible and controlled by our integrated iLotusLand platform, thus reducing the environmental footprint..
Success Stories

Mong Duong Thermal Power Plaint

The Mong Duong Thermal Power Plant is a part of the Power Generation Corporation 3 (Vietnam Electricity – EVN), officially put into operation and commercially generating electricity since 2015. The Mong Duong thermal power plant is considered to be one of the most modern and large scale thermal power projects in Vietnam today. Power here is produced in a safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly manner.The Mong Duong Thermal Power Company is the first thermal power project of EVN to use the circulating fluidized bed (CFB) boiler technology – the most advanced technology in the world today, with an advantage over using bad coal with low calorific value. This way it helps to reduce the emission of ash into the environment.

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Vinh Tan Thermal Power

Vinh Tan Thermal Power Company is responsible for managing and operating 2 power plants: the Vinh Tan 2 Thermal Power Plant and the Vinh Tan 2 Solar Power Plant. In addition, the company also executes different projects (like the import of coal and oil, or the shared infrastructure projects) to ensure stable operation of the various factories inside the Vinh Tan Power Center. Vinh Tan 2 Thermal Power Plant is an investment by Electricity Vietnam, and is managed by Power Generation Corporation 3 (EVNGENCO 3). Total investment capital is nearly 23,500 billion VND. This includes two units, where each unit has a capacity of 622MW. The Vinh Tan 2 thermal power station plays an important role in the power supply to the South of Vietnam.

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Nhon Trach 1 Thermal Power Plant

Nhon Trach 1 thermal power plant was built in Phuoc Khanh, in the province of Dong Nai. The PV Power company is the main investor in this project.
The plant uses advanced technology, so called F generation, with a combined cycle gas turbine with a 2-2-1 configuration, including 2 gas turbines, 2 heat recovery furnaces and 1 steam turbine. With a total capacity reaching 750 MW of production capacity, the average amount of electricity is over 4 billion kWh/year. The plant uses natural gas as a fuel, which is being exploited from the Cuu Long and Nam Con Son basins.

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