SBB ENERGY S.A. former Remak-Rozruch S.A. has been running its business activity in the power sector and industry for 20 years, providing services in the field of commissioning, erection/installation and various types of specialist works
In connection with the planned implementation of the project entitled .: Hybrid integrated adsorption system to reduce mercury emissions with the use of high-efficiency polymer components in the company SBB Energy SA, which will be implemented under the Smart Growth Operational Programme 2014-2020 Measure 1.2, we would like to tender inquiry 2/POIR/SBB 9002/2016 to submit a price quotation for the supply of test cartridges and collectors for the construction of a pilot plant.
IN OPOLE POWER PLANT ALL THE UNITS COMPLY WITH THE IED ON THE ACCEPTABLE LEVEL OF NOX IN THE EXHAUST GAS BELOW 200 MG / NM3.
On 18 March 2016 took place the commissioning of the last of the four deNOx installations at the unit no. 2 in Opole Power Plant, done by SBB ENERGY.
The first modernized block was unit No. 3, which since 2010 has a built-up system to reduce NOx emissions. In the following stages there were carried out consecutively unit No. 4 in 2014, unit No. 1 in 2015 and unit No. 2 in 2016. Reduction of nitrogen oxide emissions in all blocks in Opole Power Plant was realized through the primary method (system RROFA) and secondary non-catalytic method (system RRMIX).
Bearing in mind that the EU's care about the environment is a continuous improvement of emission standards (BAT-BREF Conclusions are their result), SBB ENERGY SA is preparing itself to meet next emission limits i.e. reduction of NOx emissions below 150 mg / Nm3.
We are pleased to announce that today the DeNOx Installation in heat and power station Zofiowka was handed over to the end-user after successfully ended performance test . Congratulations and thanks to all project team members.