Currently executed at Thermal Power Plant Nikola Tesla B


The Nikola Tesla B thermal power plant (TPP) is a part of Serbia’s biggest power project Nikola Tesla (TENT) and serves approximately one-fifth of the country’s electricity needs.

Operated by Public Enterprise Electric Power Industry of Serbia (Elektroprivreda Srbije), the TENT B power plant consists of two coal-fired units namely, B1 and B2 for a total generating capacity of 1,340MW.

The units were commissioned in November 1983 and November 1985 respectively, while the plant’s overall efficiency was improved through the revitalization of the B1 unit in 2012.

While the construction of a flue gas desulphurisation (FGD) plant for the TENT A facility was started in February 2019, the contract for the installation of two FGD units to improve the environmental performance of the TENT B power plant was awarded in October 2020.

Project planning

Scheduled to commence operations in 2024, the construction of the new FGD units at the Nikola Tesla B coal-fired facility will be financed by Elektroprivreda Srbije.

The new units will reduce emissions of sulphur dioxide and particulates by 96%, and facilitate in achieving a level of 130mg/Nm³ required to comply with the European Industrial Emissions Directive (IED) and the new BREF (best available techniques reference) requirements issued by the European Union (EU).

The chimney liner and duct, with a diameter of 11,8 meters, has been produced on-site and elbow connections have been instaaled as can be seen in below picture. Currently Plasticon Projects is working on the installation of the chimney stack. Finalization of the project is expected middle of 2024.

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